Full text of "Unitas"
RAYNHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY
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Raynham Public Library
Raynham, MA 02767
Regional High School
166 Mount Prospect Street
Bridgewater MA 02324
When we entered B-R as fresh-
men we began to share experiences
that helped unite us. As the years
passed we shared memories of
proms and semi-formals; rallies and
fund raisers. Whether we won or
lost at sporting events, we always
shared our enthusiastic B-R spirit.
We co-operated in class discus-
sions and helped each other during
after school library visits. The
memories of these shared experi-
ences will always hold us together
1. The B-R Football team stampedes
onto the field.
2. After a meet, the spring track team
smiles over another victory.
3. Julie White toasts the class of '97 at
the Junior Prom.
4. Seniors show they're number
one at the Pep Rally.
5. FLC awaits the entrance to the
Museum of Fine Arts.
6. Adam Bossi and Teddy Sargent
anticipate their first day of seventh
7. Renee Silvia, Amy Freeman
Stacey Cummings and Beth
O'Connell relax before a gymnas-
8. Luke Carrol cheers on the team.
9. Ed Costa shows enthusiasm in
10. Kevin Heagney dances for his
11. Displaying sisterly love, Nicole
and Jessica Yarman hug each
Memories of our younger years
cause us to pause and reflect. From
making friends, starring in the school
play or trick or treating in colorful
costumes, we kept busy. With adult-
hood seeming centuries away, we
lived for the day. As we reached our
teens, responsibility overwhelmed
us, and our carefree attitude slipped
away. We faced increased school-
work, car payments, jobs and col-
lege. As we head towards the future,
we will bring the shared experience
of our younger years with us.
1. The Honeytree Nursery School prepares
to take off in its make believe space ship.
2. Hamming it up at recess, friends group for
3. Snow White brings a Pepsi along for trick
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4. Dressed in their Halloween costumes,
Ani Ajemian, Katie Perkins and Mary
Edwards prepare to gather their goodies.
5. Before graduation, a group of Raynham
boys arrayed in their finest pose at
6. Becky Dower and Kristy Cronin prepare
to perform their waltz jumps and sit spins.
7. During the Columbus Day play, seamen
Jason Boyd, Shaun Getchell, Tim Rogers,
Brian Jones, and Pat Donnelly toast their
8. Eric Rezendes and Ken Collins try to
decide who gets the last piece of cake.
9. With the help of Bev McGoodwin, Ani
Ajemian blows out her birthday candles.
10. After a dip in the pool, friends await the
opening of presents.
11. Erik Johnson, Ed Costa, Marc
Columbo, Pat Keane and David Kemery bid
farewell to eighth grade math.
We share many experiences
with our friends. We came from two
different towns, and at first the people
we met in the school corridors were
strangers. In time, those strangers
became our closest companions.
We attended concerts and parties
together. We worked together, and
we played together. Sometimes we
just shared quiet moments . In years
to come, as we go our separate ways,
we will make new friends, but we will
never forget the friends we made and
the good times we shared at B-R.
1. At the River Rave, Nicole Yarman, Kara
Chase and Katherine Kelliher enjoy a tail-
2. Jaime Nowlin, Ani Ajemian, Julie Dembro,
Christine Campbell, Melissa Owens and Bev
McGoodwin illustrate a circle of friends.
3. Boy Scout counselors Austin Glass and
Evan Watson monkey around at camp.
4. On the last day of school, Becky Mann,
Angela lafrate and Nedrah D'Souza share a
5. Returning to the 70's, Dennis Joy, Melissa
Ranney, Justine Penney and Heather Pentz
watch the Monkey's concert.
6. Good friends Chris Mickiewicz, Mike Nevens
and Eric Lindsey always support each other.
7. Kelly Masefield, Jessica Yarman and Shan-
non Sullivan dance to the YMCA.
8. After lunching together, Jenn Doerr and
Tammy Dunham head back to class.
9. Scott Silva puts Karla Morast into a
10. Getting together at a party, Brian Carragi,
Kelly Sears, Andrea Pittore, and Alyssa Bator
enjoy each others company.
11. Ken Collins, Joey Lomba, Derek
Bissonette, Marc Columbo and Joe Crowley
anxiously await the Semi-formal.
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At B-R learning is a shared experi-
ence between students and teach-
ers who are always available to lend
a helping hand. Math teachers show
students how to solve equations.
English teachers point out the details
in stories and poems. Foreign lan-
guage teachers encourage a knowl-
edge of world cultures. In history
teachers help us understand the
past. Art and music teachers de-
velop our creative and artistic sides.
In business courses, our teachers
prepare us for careers. Physical
education acts as a break from aca-
demics, as our instructors help us
stay in shape. Ourteachers guide us
and encourage us to fulfill our
1 . As Mme. Oliver looks on, Christine Lavin
and Christine Smith work on posters in
2. Anxious to find out her grade, Erica
Newby receives her history test from Mr.
3. Mr. Buron happily looks over Nedrah
D'Souza and Eric Lee's homework.
4. Laurie Hubble, Bev McGoodwin and
Morgan Taylor look on attentively inSenior
5. Robert Finucci and Matt Oxley listen
carefully as Mr. Capen assigns vocabulary
6. Mr. Phaneuf demonstrates artistic tech-
nique to Matt Sarcione.
7. Just before circuit training, Mrs.
Casabian is surrounded by her gym class.
8. Mrs. McGuire points out highlights from
Beowulf to Brian Fahey.
9. Kevin Moreira and Mrs. Childs discuss
10. Preparing for the PSAT Jen Cavalieri
seeks help from Mrs. Ferioli.
11. Looking for college information, Becky
Dower visits Mr. Sarantopoulos.
Special moments are shared expe-
riences between friends. Whether
we are scoring a goal, or staging a
show, we value the friendships we've
made. We dress in our finest for
proms and semi-formals, being sure
to capture these times on film. As we
proceed into the future, we'll hold
tightly to the memories of Christmas
caroling and field trips. Years from
now we will reminisce about the
experiences we've shared and real-
ize that if we could do it again we
1. B-R seniors are always ready to show
their school spirit.
2. Best friends Michelle Leclerc, Jay
McGrath, Erin Rucker, Antonio Rea, Kara
Holloway, Jack Hennessey, Andrea Pittorie,
and Mike Nevens prepare to depart for the
3. Joe Lomba and Caroline Webber slow
dance to "Almost Paradise."
4. Stage crew members Kristen McGillis, Jen
Doerr, Tammy Dunham, Ken Campbell, Loren
Millard and John Micozzi celebrate the suc-
cess of Li'l Abner.
5. Kerin Tardiff, Erin Rucker and Jen Latham
take a snack break during the FLC trip.
6. Mike Porter and Christine Campbell make
their way to the dance floor.
7. Showing their holiday spirit, Katlyn Chaves,
Katie O'Conner, Krissi Foster, Renee Silvia,
Jackie Cipriani and Katie Berry carol at Christ-
8. Lindsey Thomson, Jenn Burnham and
Meaghn Clifford make a cheerful trio before
their big night.
9. Brian Jones and Dan Hammond celebrate
their winning goal.
10. Shaun Sullivan, Ed Costa, and Chris
Mickiewicz escort their dates, Katie Berry,
Nicole Yarman and Kelly Sears to their limo.
1 1 . All dressed up with someplace to go, Brian
Jones, Tim Rogers, Shaun Getchell, Scott
Stetz and Matt Collozzi get ready to party
The Trojan athletes have always
proven to be great participants
throughout B-R's illustious athletic his-
tory. The current athletes have been no
different. In victory and in defeat we
always play hard and play to win.
Should we lose, however, we keep our
heads high and come back to play
again with the renewed vigor and will of
champions. We have come together
from seperate teams and created a
winning bond. Through our years on
the teams we have won more than
games, championships, awards, and
trophies. We have acquired pride and,
most importantly, friends. For the rest
of our lives, we will share the experi-
ence of Trojan pride as we remember
the effort we put into continuing the
winning ways at B-R.
1 . Members of the Girls Cross Country Team
pose for a picture after a big win.
2. The Football Team psyches themselves
up for the big game.
3. Mike Homer readies to return a serve for a
4. Katie O'Connor and Renee Silvia take a
quick break during practice.
5. The Field Hockey Team gathers around to
listen to the wisdom of their coach.
6. Dave Lin and Scott Huddy congratulate
each other after a winning race.
7. Members of the Boys Soccer Team join
together in a defensive wall.
8. The Trojan runners lead the pack during
9. Three Girls' Track members get ready to
make the move to take the top three posi-
10. The Girls' Tennis Team puts their hands
in for a pre-match cheer.
11. Members of the Golf Team watch
intently during the big match.
A shared experience is held throughout our
B-R activities. We make headlines with our lively
musicals. Our activities are not restricted to one
area. The Foreign Language Club travels to
Montreal and the Carribean. The Ski Club travels
to the white topped mountains of New Hampshire
and Vermont, while our band and chorus perform
at Disney World. The Cheerleaders encouraged
school spirit at all the games and the Pep Rally.
Our school comes together for fundraisers like
Donkey Ball. Students on the yearbook work
diligently to capture these moments in the Unitas.
Everyone is welcome to participate and get in-
volved to enrich our school.
1. Class of '97 prepares for the Pep Rally.
2. Becky Dower, Marcie Cabral, and Jackie
Cipriani work hard on picking and cropping pic-
tures for the yearbook.
3. Members of the B-R band share the excitement
of Adventure Land.
4. During the first ski trip at Sunday River, Sandra
Pacheco and Kellie Buczek are ready for the
5. B-R cheerleaders can't wait for the kick-off.
The Class of 1997 is pleased to dedicate this
year's Unitas to Mrs. Virginia Ames. The word
that comes to mind in describing Mrs. Ames is
spirited. She is intensely dedicated to her stu-
dents, always helping them to succeed. Her free
periods and hours after school are spent assist-
ing those students who need help. She has even
offered extra help summer sessions at her home
for Algebra II students. She truly rises above
what is required of her to do all she can to help
In addition to her extraordinary teaching skills,
Mrs. Ames is an avid supporter of the B-R athletic
program. As usual, she was voted teacher with
the most school spirit at this year's Sports Rally.
Mrs. Ames has also been a loyal supporter of the
yearbook and the student drama and musical
Blessed with a wonderful sense of humor,
Mrs. Ames truly loves her job. B-R students and
staff will miss her motherly kindness and dedica-
tion. We wish her a long and happy retirement.
Ms. Virginia Ames
We Say Qoodbye
ITwo B-R favorites are retiring this year. They are Ms. Anne
Sprosty and Mr. Arnie Lopes. Both will be missed for their good
numor and dedication to the school. We wish both staff mem-
oers health and happiness in their retirement years.
or ten years at both the high school and elsewhere in the
istrict, Mr Lopes made sure buidings were maintained prop-
9rly. His ever cheerful ways will be missed.
hemistry teacher Ms. Anne Sprosty taught at B-R for 21 years.
Always an energetic teacher, she was enthusiastic and involved
with her classes. She truly seems to love what she does. Ms.
Sprosty plans to enjoy a third childhood with her grandson and
o keep on learning .
Mr. Arnie Lopes
Ms. Anne Sprosty
1 . Ryan Kelly and Bev McGoodwin love Mr.
Pacheco's gym class.
2. Happy to be at B-R, Mr. Cedrone, Ms.
Kelly, Mr. Ferbert and Ms. Becker are all
3. Rita Marcinkiewicz loves chemistry with
4. Mr. Peabody and Mr. Buron tell Corey
Lopes. "No hats in school!"
5. Patrick Hutchinson and Ms. McGuire
consult on yearbook business.
As they share information, search
for knowledge and answer ques-
tions to achieve wisdom, both stu-
dents and faculty grow. Education
becomes a shared experience.
6. Mr. Clasby shows his student the basics
7. Tony Burgess is enthusiastic about Mr.
8. Mr. Brogna helps David Sylvia with his
9. Michelle Bates loves learning about lit-
erature with Mr. Lennon.
10. Mr. Nawlicki passes out a pamphlet to
11. Mr. Diaz and Ms. Perrone look over
papers before class.
12. Ms. Winsor and Mr. Capen make a
13. Mr. Scarano plays rock, paper, scissors
for Evan Riordan's lunch.
14. Mr. Kearney highlights facts about
World History for Sean Thomas and Joe
Ms. Sylvia Blakeley
Ms. Anne Botelho
Mr. Maurice Botelho Mr. Michael Botelho
Mr. Keith Bowens
Ms. Kimberly Brayton
Ms. Kristen Breit
Ms. Bette Bridges
Mr. Robert Brogna
Dr. Linda Brouilette
Ms. Joanne Brown
Ms. Diane Buckley
Ms. Marie Burke
Mr. Daniel Buron
Ms. Carol Burton
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Ms. Lorraine Castro Mr. Eric Cedrone
Ms. Yvonne Chadwick Mr. Roland Cheverfils
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Ms. Patricia Childs
Dr. David Chuckran
Mr. Frank Clasby
Mr. Alan Coughlin
Mr. William Crane
Mr. Alan Cushing
Ms. Karen Davis
Mr. Manuel deCastro
Mr. George Cleary
Mr. Emilano Diaz
Ms. Evelyn Ferioli
Ms. Lawrence Fisher
Ms. Suzelle Fisher
Mr. Thomas Flanghed
Mr. Gerald Cunniff
"Who dams tote
Mr. Paul Folan
1. At the Semi, Ms. Winsor and Mr.
Buron have a conversation over
coffee and a Diet Coke.
2. While taking attendance, Ms.
Casabian jokes with the girls before
3. Mr. deCastro shows his disdain for
students who do not study for his
4. Jen Raleigh, Ms. Ames and Karen
MacLean show their school spirit,
anxiously awaiting the Pep Rally.
5. Up, up and away goes Ms. Benigni
at the Pep Rally.
Ms. Patricia Foster
Mr. John Fournier
Mr. Neil Frank
Ms. Leanne Gannon
Ms. Diane Guilbault
Mr. James Harrington Mr. Stephen Heaslip Mr. Stanford Holmes
Mr. James Jackson
Mr. Mark Jones
Ms. Lorna Kane
Mr. John Kearney
Ms. Noreen Kilbridge Ms. Susan Kinney
Mr. Arnie Lopes
Ms. Nora Mantell
Ms. Linda Martin
. John Lennon
Mr. Ralph Goslin
Ms. Susan Kasznaek
Ms. Donna Holt
Mr. Robert Kostka
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the fruit is sweet.
Laertlus In Uves of
Mr. Glenn Morrison
1. Ms. Holt goes over Rebecca
Madden's homework with her.
2. Alicia Amaral and John Micozzi
learn through Mr. Scarano how hur-
ricanes inflict damage on coastal
3. Madam Oliver enjoys the time
she spends with her devoted
4. Ms. Burton verifies a pass from
5. Ms. Becker tries to convice
Kevin Walsh to buy something
from the school store.
Mr. Paul Moscardelli Mr. Michael Nawlicki
Ms. Deana Novak
Mr. Thomas Nyhan
Ms. Wendy Oliver
Mr. George Pacheco Ms. Maureen Paparazzo
Mr. Kevin Pare'
Ms. Debbie Robbins
Mr. Anthony Roza Mr. Steven Sarantopoulos Ms. Mary Ellen Sargen
Ms. Dolores Paterna
Ms. Mary Perry
1 . Ms. Brayton and Mr. Botelho have
a stimulating conversation with
nGVer their colleagues at lunch.
2. Mr. Heaslip reviews the registra-
tion for this years Ski Club.
3. Ms. Steeves and Mrs. Benigni
3ms smile in relief after making a huge
profit on this years Semi-Formal.
4. Ms. Casabian and Ms. Kane
show Lauren Dowd the information
on the latest field hockey camp.
5. As always Ms. Breit greets her
class with a smile.
Ms. Diane Scheffler
Ms. Mary Ann Silva
Ms. Janet Smith
Ms. Joanne Smith
Ms. Priscilla Smith
Ms. Anne Sprosty
Ms. Kathleen Swann
Mr. Paul Urban
Ms. Christina Weston
Ms. Natalie Winsor
Ms. Lisa White
Mrs. Chadwick, the
secretary in charge
of Driver Educa-
tion, pins up an-
other list of stu-
dents who eagerly
await the start of
the next class.
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1 - Ms. Cribben shows Kyle Thetonia why Typing is such
a great class.
2. Mr. Brogna instructs Adrienne Evans and Vince
Cranston on the joys of Earth Science.
3. Mr. Capen relaxes with Charlotte Nihan after a long
shift of cafeteria duty.
4. Fans in all kinds of weather . Mr. Lennon and his wife
cheer on another Trojan victory.
5. Ms. Ferioli grabs the calculator away from two stu-
dents saying "No calculators in my class.
6. "Compasses show the way in math". Mr. Porter tells
7. Custodial Staff: D. Randal. J. Silva. D. Faria. T.
Killgoar. M. Phillips.
8. Ms. Paterna displays her school spirit the day of the
9. Cafeteria Staff:. Bottom Row: P. Gracia. J. Cardaci. M.
Martelli. L. Needham. D. DAmarino: Upper Row; D.
Mahoney. M. Lynch. D. Stern. L. Bumpus. K. Poh. L.
Kelly. C. Mickiewicz. D. Costa. L. Hendnckson.
1 . Tara Luchetti gets up and cheers for the
B-R football players.
2. Jill Sawler, Jacey D'Abrosia and Sharon
Eramian meet in the lobby to say hi be-
3. After gym, Jen Rezendes and Megan
Clifford wait for the bell.
4. Nicole Yarman, Liz Cronin, Kristina
Day, Shannon O'Brien and Jana Fisher
gather at lunch.
5. At Great Woods, Joe Lomba and Jen
Latham can't wait for the concert to begin.
As Seniors we bring leadership to our
school. Like seniors before us, our
class has tried to do its best to set an
example for others to follow. Whether
sharing experiences on the field or in
the classroom our class has been on
a quest for excellence.
6. During math class, Jason Boyd, Evan
Watson, Ken Campbell and John Micozzi try to
find the midpoint formula.
7. Steve Derocher is amazed by Kristin
McGillis's clean locker.
8. Jason Karns and Corey Dominic sort through
piles of ski forms.
9. Gary Scidmore rehearses for his role in The
10. Lindsey Thomson attentively works on her
11. Kelly Sears and Katie Berry get ready to
dance the night away.
12. Nick Potter has a hair raising experience!
13. On the day of the Pep Rally, Jen Raleigh,
Danielle Stella, Jackie Cipriani, Katlyn Chaves,
and Karen Maclean show their B-R spirit.
14. Eric Lyford, Mike O'Neil and Mike Nevens
hurry to class.
Tanya M. Ainslie
180 Main Street (B)
Good times w/A.E. at Bob's
and at Cenzo's w/ S.B..
Thanks, Love you, Reggie;
P.B., J.B.. J.B., K.B., love
you guys; Brog and Mrs.
White, thanks for putting
up w/me, Miss Silva;
Thanks, Mom + Dad, I love
"Spoken, Monkey Boy"
512 King Phillip Street (R)
After finals cookout '96;
T.O. skiing; Ozzy '95; Kiss
BFC limo; S.D., can't feel
my feet; Canobie w/K.P.,
CM.; F.B.; C.J.; Page +
Plant; K.M.; Haunted
House '95 -'96; CM., ILY;
Thanks for everything,
Mom + Dad + Jamie + Jen,
Love you all!
221 Aldrich Road (B)
Ten; Dr; NHS; FLC; Ski;
w/FB's; NYE 96; Paris;
Corey! S.O. + me @ Wil-
low; S.W.'sT.W.; Cape @
S.O.'s; D.S.'s; JP up all
nightw/C.C. + K.D. + M.O.;
J.P.'s;NH 1,2,3,4, Moose!
M.P.,TY + ILY;GTw/GF,
you, family; IWNF BR.
"Aho, Baby, Bratty"
40 Paddock Road (R)
GT+GF Remember it a
Phil, ILY; Summer '9(|
Aahh, Ryan; Mike + Ike:
D's car; Do you like to pie
games? Men Mobile; TreJ
+ B.A.; Skankin Pickle]
P.G. 6/15/96; Bread; "H
Mom, Dad, Amy, Jimnrv
Pam, Gregg, ILY; End oj
an era: BYE.
66 East Street (B)
Ski 1-4; NHS 3 -4; Garth!!
Stage crew 2,3,4 was the
best; TY, Mr. Phaneuf,
IWNFY; L.M., Never for-
get our trip to New Bedford
9/28/96; K.M., Ski Pal 4-
ever; Dave Matthews
Band; Dunkin'; Hey, Baby!!
To my best friends, I love
Damon M. Albon
363 Walnut Street (B)
w/ football team; IWNF Jr.
Prom;IWALY,K.K., + S.S.;
R.B.; Thanks, Mom, Dad,
Grams; GL, Zack.
40 Elizabeth Drive (R)
5/1 3/94, The start of a great
weekend; Saturdays @
Westgate; Springfield, Chi-
cago; The party, "Wayne's
behind the couch" + soft
knees; Hiding from the
mute; Andrews/Mott 201 6;
Coca-Cola; GL, G + T +
Jen; TY, Ma + Pa; WWO
1 Britton Street (R)
Matt 11/22/95; I will neve
forget New Year's of '95
BF w/ K.M. What hap
pened? Good time in Vir
ginia with M.M.; Montt
Carlo April of '96; Chewy
thanks for dealing with me
+ for all your good advice
I love you!
Kathleen M. Armour
233 Park Avenue (B)
Mu. 1 -4; Baking w/B.W.;
Carpool w/A.S. + B.W.;
Thowra; Judath; Donny
Osmond; I Nominate; Dirty,
Katie! Adam went flying!
Love Dodecahedron; PB
Sandwich fights; Chorus 1
-4; Fishin + Dunkey; Jake's
Can; I'm so happy! The
club; It's been fun! Good
194 Laurel Street (B)
-B 1 -4, Capt.; BBL OCL
Dhamps; IWNF B.D. +
M.D.; JP w/B.D. @ Cape
<.C, House; GT + GF
fKWYA; Palooza w/Ed,
Jay, Russ, Lost? GW con-
certs! P. Jam; Track w/
ial; OB's; TY, Fam +
478 South Street (B)
240 Bridge Street (R)
Denise E. Barry
200 Temi Road (R)
w/GF: YKWYA; GT @
White Horse; Ski w/N.R.,
B.D., Mooose! JP - Too
far! GT @ GW '96; K.O.
house - J.L. + D.B. Dance;
K.C. Crash; 7 girls IWMY;
CC girls IWNFY-M.T.; Pat,
ILY, Mom + Dad TY, GL,
MBF Bee + Jen, Hey, B-R,
Katherine Lee Berry
141 Wilbur Street (R)
SB 2 - 4 + CL 4; NYE 4th of
July @ Hyannis; Horse-
neck, S. Miller + Cypress @
GW; Cips - GT + GF; Fanueil;
Poof! JP-TY.LC; Semi®
Papps + Sears - YKWYA;
Myrtle Beach; Stella's- vibe!
S.S. - ILY + IWNFY, Put it in
words; TY, Mom + Dad, ILY;
GL, Taryn, Brian, + Clancy;
25 Carriage House Dr. (B)
Wtr 2; GF: CM., J.W.,
ST.; IWNF Summer of 95;
Down Cape. GW w/Julie;
After JP; Plymouth 94;
Nov. 8, M.M., A.B.; 5,
YKWYA; Thanks, Mom +
11 Titicut Road (R)
Wr. 1-4;FB1 -3; Biking®
Freetown; I'm hit! Thanks,
Mom + Dad, ILY; GL,
Nicole; Go, Beangooses!
1228 High Street (B)
125 Walnut Street (B)
If I am not for myself, who
will be for me? And if I am
only for myself, what am I?
And if not now - when?
159 Pine Street (B)
I'm the King! Too many
friends for names: Hokey
Pokey, The special edi-
tions: B-ball with the guys:
W. A.'s theories: good luck
to all my friends: "Ugh! No
hit nice midget!": Dumbs +
stupids rule: Dances: TY.
Mom and Vin: "To thine
own self be true"
53 Oak Street (B)
GT + GF:M.C.,K.H.,M.E.,
D.K., J.K., A.S., M.M.; 8-
21-96 Flo bailed! #22 Pink
walls; IWNF 12-12 w/M.C.
Pope Hall 318 w/M.C,
K.H.; M.C. - Everybody's
different; Going for rides
w/M.C; K.H. -yup or nope;
Thank you, Melissa; ILY,
Rhonde; GL, SHA; 96.
Jason G. Boyd
89 Sunset Drive (R)
Summer of '96; Set Crew;
The Forum; SGAA/arped;
G. Love Weekend; T.C;
Bridgewater ghetto; TY,
J. P. + B.B., Alex + Eric;
Shrink Expos + Attendees;
K.M.: I've been thinking,
someone truly special on
my street; None of you will
338 Pine Street (R)
TomyboysT.E., K.H., JC,
D.S., F.B., M.D. My girls
L.S., R.D., C.S., K.B.;
Spanish w/Mrs. Holt;
Thanks, Mom and Dad, I
Love you guys; GL, Jaime
+ Kaylee; Congrats, Jess
+ Jay; Later, BR. I did it!
Adam N. Bossi
344 Elm St. East (R)
Ummm. . . I'm Speech-
327 High Street (B)
Jennifer L. Burnham
96 Old Colony Avenue
wm, Pres. 1, SB 2-3, GT
GF: Linz, Meg, Mony,
.G., M.C., T.R., J.B. @
B.'S: Linz, Bev; Kraft or
othing, Diving @ M.C.'s;
urnt rug; pumpkin seeds,
lughing w/A.A.; corners;
/lorn, lan + Mike, ILYguys!
Danielle Marie Brown
110 Bay berry Circle (B)
CL + SB1-4;GF:YKWYA;
KO's96; Dancing; Grease;
Sandler; JP w/Ro - Cape;
Buy a duck? Shotgun -
Bang! Sorry; Ski 96 -
Moose X's; GT @ GW,
K.C. w/the gang; Cape
Fear; Partner in crime -
walk 500; 11/95MBF Brian
ILY; TY, M, D, + Gram,
ILY; GL - Bro.
20 Colby Road (B)
DT 1 - 3; GT w/GF; 6th
grade; B - Man; Dance +
GWw/LS.;K + S.L,Spaz,
Ferns, Pooh, L.S., Feb
Vacation, Condo; L.S.,
England; ILYG. Camp w/
D.M.; BF: M.M., Skip, M +
J, Macha Cadeba; M.P. 8/
21/95, ILY, IWNF 9/23/95,
JP + SP; TY, Mom + Dad,
ILY; GL, Ken.
Andrew J. Buck
90 Dundee Drive (B)
Band 1-4 (why?); Chorus
cal 1-4; IWNF: P.H., E.R.,
C.B., C.F.Florida; Pat: Um-
humm; The parties; Camp
'96; D.O.B.; Thank you,
Mom and Dad.
Marcie Joy Cabral
860 N. Main Street (R)
To all my teachers a big
thank you!! Nonconformity
rules! To the class of 1997:
" Dream of the life you want
to live, then live your dream
each day." Thank you,
Mom, Dad, + Kel; Good
luck to everyone!
60 Conant Street (B)
Gym, STrCapt., WTr, Soc,
Ski, MM. Cape Fear;
Beach Bums K.D.+ A. A.;
D.! Willow S.O.; NYE '96!
on mic w/J.C; GW sum-
mer of 96; JP's; D.M.B.;
GT+GF A.A., M.O., K.D.,
S.O., J.D., M.T., YKWYA;
ILY: D, S, P, B.
144 Laurel Street (B)
DD's; Last game @BG;
P, you'll kill Doug; Hoops
//the boys; T.S. or S.C.?
I.P.'s house; Hi, Mom;
LS., It's upsidedown; N.P.,
'ass the mints; Flag Field;
Jtay in N.J. tonight, J.M.;
Y, Mom + Dad; GL, Jess.
William Campbell, Jr.
55 Dundee Drive (B)
Skating with Mike + K.C;
Take a trip to Clifford Ball;
Want to wear my coat; I
think I, uh; Your lights are
off; ILY, Meaghn; TY, ev-
eryone, A.A., CD., M.M.,
M.S.; Also to my Mom,
Dad, Joyce, and Meaghn;
87 Nicholas Drive (R)
35 Meeting Square Dr. (B)
108 Atkinson Drive (B
defeated '95; Florida '95
GT+GF; Oh, the memc
ries, to all I have share
my high school years witr
YKWYA; A.M., T.G., Buc
dha; Spaghetti suppers
Road trips; TY, Mom, Dae
Erin; ILY All; GL, K + K.
99 Hewitt Drive (R)
Jaclyn Lane Cipriani
171 Lounsbury Drive (R)
Gym 1-4; NYE w/ K.O.,
S.G.; JP-A.K.; Twizzlers-
A.M.; "Jack!"J.K.; B.C.,
shut up! Uncle Mike, K.B.;
Fanueil w/Ren; Papp's
House; Subway w/ K.C.;
Art w/ D.M., T.C., K.M.;
GT+GF: K.F., L.S.;
Goodrichs, J+D, J+S+M,
B+T, Mom, ILYA!
305 Grange Park (B)
GT w/GF: YKWYA! Red
Hot Chili Peppers - 2/8/96;
ground w/K.K.; Casa de
Gorman? Large cappuc-
cino; What are Grapenuts,
anyway? Crusin w/
Yarman; L.A. Woman; All
my love: K.K. + Humma,
N.Y., K.M., J.S.; TY, M +
120 Laurie Lane (B)
D.H. YMBF, Spica, TV
E.L. + M.N. the rock! C.h
= L.L. wow! JP @ Ml
house! 2 Year EMT? L.R
yellow truck. Summer '9
GL, Troop YTB! T\i
Langones; ILY, M + D, T\
GL, Geoff, J.T., T., E.N.
160 Comfort Street (B)
: H 1 - 4, Capt; Aw, yeah,
eah; M.M., J.B., L.T., 12/
>7/94 Floor Dive; Peeping
dm; Pixie Stix; Phish wet
>ants; No more GW; D.N.,
: lag Street; Corey, GL;
illy, ILY; Mom, Dad, Dan,
Y; MBF M.M., L.C., J.B.,
IT., B.C., IWNFY.
180 Main Street # 1201(B)
New state, new friends;
Good times in art Kate,
Jackie, Charlene; Thanks
for showing me the hang
out spots; Kate and Chris,
always have karaoke; I
miss you, L.S.; Thanks,
Mom and Dad; Good luck,
Kenneth J. Collins
19 Mark Drive (R)
FB1-4; BB1-2; Racing w/
Dad 1-4; JP w/K.G.
Thanks; GT w/ E.R., B.S.
Camping; St. Light w/FB
4x4 in 250; J.L., IWNFY
Dan + Tracy, TY + GL
Kate, GL; Thanks a lot,
Coach Buron; B. S., ILY;
Mom + Dad, You're awe-
Laura C. Clement
194 Main Street (B)
"A leaf of grass is no less
than the journey work of
the stars." -W.W.; Capt. of
CC + STr + WTr; GT @
shows w/GF; Where's the
key? @ LSP; Blading on
the Charles w/G.S. + K.C;
Gullible isn't in the dictio-
nary? 1 st lunch; GL, Chip;
ILY, Liv, Mom + Dad!
70 Forest Drive (B)
)C 1 - 3; WTr + STr 1 - 4;
;apt.4;NHS;US1 +S0 3
4; JP w/D.L; Skiing w/
).L. + M.B.; Spain 1996;
5F: Ted S. + K.K.; MBF
en; I will always love you,
)ave; Thank you + I love
ou, Mom, Mamma, Papa,
Jarbie, Dave, Jim + Kim.
40 Vera Drive (B)
S.S., CM., E.L, M.N.,
G.S., A.C., ; Indian dance;
GT @ GW; OCL champs;
GL Fatboys; GT w/ the
girls, YKWYA; GT @
K.C.'s; thanks , Mom +
Dad; GL, Matt.
45 Woodland Drive (B)
Soc.BB.Mu, 1-4; FIRST;
FL + the Group; K.A.: Our
Club; Hey, yo, D.B.; LM
A.P! Math Parties; T.H
M.P.,GTw/GF + J.;M.G
F.F.; Oh hey, Guy; GL, its
been fun, Thanks for ev-
erything; No goodbyes.
66 South Street (B)
GT+GF: T.R., S.G., B.S.,
S.S., + M.G.; R.S., #1 on
the list. Concerts w/S.G.:
Korn, Rage, + Metallica.
NH w/ B.S.; Me w/T.R. +
Game; Track w/T.C. +
M.G.; No money or no
races; Good Bye, B-R,
533 Broad Street (B)
11 Sandy Hill Drive (R)
MBFJ.S.. K.D.. J.C.: Lost
in Rl: Fun times @ Boston
+ Newport: K.D.. Remem-
ber little river bridge: Swim-
ming in K.D.'s icy pool:
Going to shows - Roswell.
Z.O.. Thanks for every-
thing. ILY. Mom. Pa.
Cristina + Denise. X Drug
35 Amherst Avenue (B)
86 Overlook Drive (R)
IWNFY: GT @ M.P.'s.
summer of camping out:
skiing. NH, FL: Quakers
quiet: M.T.. No more
strays: Renee. Kim.
Danielle: IWMY:TY + ILY.
Mom. Dad. Maureen.
Sean. + Michael.
145 Bay berry Circle (B)
Soc 1 - 4. Capt.; GT w/
K.J., A.J.,D.F., + YKWYA;
Sardines YKWYA; JP @
J.G. Truck w/A.P., IWNFY
Midnight Swim @ E.R.
GL, Joe + Meredith; ILY,
Mom + Dad.
Kristy Ann Cronin
57 South Main Street (R)
"Reach for the stars and
someday you might touch
the sky" - W.S.; Eric- 10/
16/94 always, GTw/GF-
IWMY! Zip -NH, Nic- Na-
ture walks; Bee - 5th;
Socks on the Beach; Wa-
ter World; 1 too many
Sunny D's; TY, Mom +
Nana; GL, Tim + Cart!
180 Main Street #2206 (B
Patrick J. Crimmins
127 Stony Brook Road (R)
Goodbye. BR. we mug
now walk alone throug
the world by ourselves f re
Maxed out to the line wi
E.M., R.R.. J.R.,andLL
To all that must stay. GL
GL. to my brother and
cousin; Fightin" Irish.
20 Bayberry Circle (B)
PL 3 + 4; Lit. Mag. 3 + 4
NHS 3 + 4; Sadd 3 + 4
Photo 2 + 3; Band 1 + 2
News 3 + 4; Good Luck
Jen S., Angela C, Kristen
D.Justine P., Pat H., Evan
W; Love Ya: Mom, Dad,
Val, Jim, Lauren, Brian,
Kristen, Brenton, Sarah,
Grammy, Grandpa, +
386 Hall Street (R)
BB 1; SADD 3 + 4; PL 4;
US1 4; YB 4; To J.S. +
A.C.: Don't get lost in Prov!
To J.S.: The cat did it! To
J.C. + M.S.: thanks for be-
ng there. I love you guys!
Joseph K. Crowley
90 Grange Park (B)
A.R.; Search Me; D.B. Way
too young; M.H., IWNFY;
IWNF Class of 97; Lots of
GT+GF: GL to all my
TY, for everything, Mom,
Pap, Jen, + Coach Jones.
288 Oak Street (R)
in Chem.; Jen, GL, w/Mike;
J.Y., GL, w/K.S.; Mrs.
Gannon, TYforthe passes;
Heather, GL; Mom, I leave
you a dollar; W.T., ILY;
Mom + Todd TYFE + ILY;
Send lots of love to my
Daughter, Bryanna Marie.
Jamie Lee Curtis
17 Woodward Road (R)
D.J. + A.B., TYforthe ride.
TY, MBF M.C. for putting
I.W., G.W., H.W., L.W.,
A.B., D.B., J.S.; IWNF JP
van + Tony, Large
cappuccino, Clue, Mid-
night Madness. ILY, Mom,
Dad, Pathes, Brittany.
Kristina Marie Day
35 Twin Brook Drive(B)
Dancing 10 yrs; Mr. Un-
known; Summer 96 -
Beach fun!; JP - up all night
- A.A., M.O., C.C.; A.A. -
go!; NYE -96; 3 am.; GW
- Cranb's, D.M.B.; OB's;
Killer waves!; Rocky at
Blockbuster; Mom, Dad,
Bri, Augie - ILY; GL, Every
69 Leonard Street (R)
43 Atkinson Drive (B)
GT w/GF: YKWYA; Sum-
mer 96 w/J.F.; "I got
money"; Dunks; Random;
N.H.; IWNFGT w/ K.B.;
MBFF, A.I. + B.M.; thank
you, Mom + Dad, ILY; GL,
Ana + Bub + Fam + Jaime;
Captain, YMBF, IWNFY.
Steven G. Derocher
1522 Plymouth Street (B)
" A word is dead when it is
said some say. I say it just
begins to live that day."
Ars Longa, Vita Brevis.
Danielle M. Donovan
180 Main Street #11 01 (B)
GT+GF; IWNF Bay leaves
+ Fresh. Ten. w/B.G., Ha
Ha! MBFT.C.TY, for be-
ing there. IWNF: K.P..
B.G.. H.C., T.W., K.H.,
+ N.M. + her baby! TY.
Mom + Dad, ILY; GL, ev-
eryone, Stay in touch: We
Elena Rosa DeChaves
85 Driftwood Drive (B)
STM-4; FH1-3; PL; FLC;
Say it loud + proud! Lloyd
Park keys? Top of the Hub;
Enjoying the stoop at B.
U.; B.B. on the T? Santa
Maria; NYE; days at the
beach; white Mustang;
"sick!" IWNF my friends;
TY, Mom + Dad, ILY; GL,
John, Pete. "Where there
is life, there is hope."
Corey L Dominick
155 Ann Street (R)
3-4; Snow Bank YKWYA;
J.K. Elastic; IWNF Bush
@ Civic Center; Blackie;
Setathalon; Bloom Buses;
Falling TV; GL, J.K., B.K.,
M.K., R.R., A.K., L.N.,
+B.S.; Thanks, Mom, Dad,
960 Summer Street (B)
Gymn. 1-4; Stage crew;
Dunkin'; The Baby Blue;
Out in the parking lot w/
T.D. + Dr. Mother - are we
tardy? Camping in NH w/
L.M.; Sept. 5, 95; E.S. I'll
never see you again; Fat
Face; Parties @ N.P.'s;
Fields; Astrid needs to go.
225 Ramblewood Dr. (R)
Parties @ D.B., K.O.,
S.O.; twice @ Loon!
Moose! JP w/Ken @
Cape, Campout; White
Horse Beach! Boston?
Summer @ GW! GT+GF:
S.G., B.S., T.R., M.C.;
girls, IWMY, GL, every-
one; IWNF MBF, Ken, TY!
ILY, Mom, Kris, Papa; I
miss you, Gram!
20 Grange Park (B)
Sod -3; WTr 3; GT+GF -
YKWYA; Lost in Boston wA
K.M., K.C.; Loon w/S.S.;
Camping w/S.W.; NYE @|
C.C.; Food runs w/J.N.,
A.P., C.C.; GT @ GW;
Coke; JPw/J.R. - IWNFY;
GL, Mike + Melissa; ILY,
Mom and Dad.
52 Gatsby Drive #2 (R)
Exchange student from
Scotland; Mum and Dad, I
miss you; Hello to Fiona,
Gregor, and Mhairi; Re-
spect to Alan and Fraser;
love you all: Love and
Thanks to Sue and Kevin;
Hello, Livingston; Thank
65 Boxwood Lane (B)
TY, Mrs. White, Mrs. Smith,
Mrs. Windsor, Ms.
Robbins, + Mr. Brogna;
IWMY: Julie, Charlotte,
Laura, Jen E., Jessica, and
Ben; TY, Mom + Dad, ILY.
75 Flagg Street (B)
FH; W+ST; Dunkin'; M.V.;
Driving w/ Emily; Hey, good
morning; Latew/Jenn, Ri;
talks w/Morg; Fields; Ran-
dom; Pool; Nick's bash;
Onset; XTC; Dancing;
John T. Nieve; Why can't
we talk?; so let's not be
shy; thanks, Bill, Mom,
314 W. Elm Street (R)
Gym. 1; US1 4; Ski 4;
IWNF: JP w/the Gang:
K.M., B.S., G.S., + every-
one. K.M. + Parry! GT in
lounge - we never left, Mrs.
K.; J.K. - Magic; E.W. at
lunch; L.F.,A.M.,J.B.,J.D M
+ K.M. - We're free! J.M.,
80 Orange Street (B)
160 Vernon Street (B)
68 Spring Street (B)
Thanks, A.P., R.B., L.W.,
Bo; Good luck, J.O.,
VI. P., T.A., + C.B.; Love
/a, K.G.; Love you Mom.
Thank God I'm out. Love
"Fah - Fah Fooey"
105 Bayberry Circle (B)
Golf, PL, NHS; GT: Stowe,
Bush, Pearl Jam, GW,
boarding in NH, Camping,
the Impala, U-Haul, and of
course, Kathy's! GF: M.L.,
D.M., + Every- 1 else; Love
you, girls; Thanks, Mom +
Dad; GL, Sean!
154 Eleanor Road (R)
GT w/GF YKWYA; K.M.,
the stories; KM., H.C., 4th
of July; JP @ Party; Par-
ties w/J.S., J.M., CM.,
times in Brockton; Dad +
Lindsay Ann Forman
45 Bayberry Circle (B)
1 -3Soc + BB1 CC;GT +
GF: YKWYA: 95 - 96 @
GW: SF '95 my house?
M.L. + me: Busted! JP @
LC.:Sum'96 @ Rucks w/
the gang; J. P.. IWNFY
BF. M.L.TYFE; K.C. BF
8/2; driving w/A. P. + M.L.
TY. K + J: GL. A. A. + K
Mom + Dad. I love you
324 Bridge Street (R)
Gym 1-4: Capt. 3+4: S.E.
Summer of '94 w/T.H. +
ILYG: Portuguese fiesta:
CM. + H.C. Cartoon @
A.P.: R.S. Push car and
Superbowl; D.S.. L.C. No
more strays; K.D. + C.C.
Math 3: IMY. Nicky;
Thanks. S. M. + D: GL. M.
415 Walnut Street (B)
SO 1-4; MT 2-4; Dunkin'
Crew: Giacomo (N.F.),
Little Lori, J.G., K.M.,
Midget. L.M., A.A., J.M.,
K. - Talk Shows IWNFY;
Flub; Mycozy AC; S.D. -
Big Books; TY, Mom, Dad,
66 Titicut Road (R)
GT+GF @ Toga Party +
K.P. Halloween Party - 1 0/
28/94; D.D. IWNF Bay-
leaves or Ten; T.C. + the
blue light; Erik IWALY- 11/
12/94 + IWNF-4/18/95 +
TY for everything; JP was
great; IWMY all; TY + ILY,
M., D., G., P. + J.; GL,
Amanda + Jimi.
121 Hickory Drive (R)
YKWYA; Summer @ GW
+The Beach; Jen-Cruisin,
Shotgun D.B.+ K.T.; Fiesta
'96: Kate The Sign? JP w/
Marc; K.M. Earth! Cip+The
Gang, Boston Jess on
Time? GL, MBF; GT @
Mayflower+Pine; K.T. Red
Light! TY, Mom+Dad-ILY.
260 Walnut Street (B)
Band 1 - 4; Chorus 3, 4;
Jazz 2 - 4; GBYSO,
MYWE; SEMSBA; District:
All State; LA pit; Bustin'
grooves in Mr. Gone w/
M.D. +T. M.;GT + GF@
Camp Squanto; Florida
T.M., E.W., T.K., S.Q.,
P.C.; GL, Bro; TY, Mom +
50 Janes Way (B)
FH 1-3; Soc4M; GT+GF:
YKWYA; JP w/K.G.; Fair,
NH w/2A + 2S. IWNFY;
Ground Round, I got
money; Mighty truck; Sum- '
mer 96; 311 GW; N.M.,;
A.M.. D.F., + CM. IWNF; 1
IWALY R.H.; ILY, Mom +
Dad; TY+ GL, Chris, Kerri, j
Mark, Dilly + Amy; Bye B-
108 Park Place (R)
Busy working 1-4; GF +
GT w/Tim, Brett, Matt;
Concerts w/Matt; Tim's
Pad 1-4; Maine w/Tim;
Matt, liked you better in
the Datsun; Tim, Lay off
the sprite; M.C lighten up;
B.M., Thanks: Mom. you're
the best! We are going to
465 Laurel Street (B)
Matt who? Dad, I miss +
love you; K.J. + J.R. TFE
Church MBF slap it
Brandeisw/E.C; B.L. #1
Womo #1; Matt, Jay +
Mom, ILY, Thanks; Pins.
58 Ruth Ellen Road (R)
FH 1 - 4 Capt.; SB 1 - 4;
WTr 1 - 2; GT w/GF:
YKWYA; Summers @
Ruck's; A.P. Mud! B.M.,
K.C., 4 Wheeling; B.M.
"Not lot"; Mai is @ worklJP
@ Church's; L.P. Lights
out! E.R., E.C., late swim;
Mike -IWNFY; Mom, TY +
254 N. Main Street (R)
GL Class of 97, GL to sis;
C.S. + A.W.,IWMYB.M.+
T.S., IWNFLS., GLS.C,
BT @ JP, MBF R.J., ILY
K.A., GL M.C. + M.P., GL
to A.G. I hope we can all
keep in touch. TY B.M. All
612 High Street (B)
1789 Plymouth Street (B)
75 Boxwood Lane (B)
Soc 1-4; Ten. 1-4, Capt;
Me and Dave; Amit, Dave,
Micozzi, Gary, Kristen,
Nick, Nick P., Kenny, Keith,
Kuli , Ani, Morgan, M.G.,
C.R., Fuzzi, Katherine, 1 1/
26/95; Thanks for every-
thing; IWNF GT+GF. Go
970 South Street (B)
FB 1-4; Fatboys '96; All
you can eat! 75, 67, 78,
51, 79; Metallica; I hate
rap! Scavenger hunt; JP
lots of fun; Time to slack;
Disconnect the horn;
IWNFY Becky; Thanks to
myfamily and friends. Bye,
195 Boxwood Lane (B)
FB 1 - 3; Ski 1 - 4; To the
Kathy Club, YKWYA;
Palleschis House w/T.K.,
w/R.K., J.L., K.T.; Smart
Mart; M.L., 20/20; Wily +
Jono; Pears; A.P., Mud;
GTw/M.P.;TY,Mom + Dad
ILY; GL, Colleen + Megan.
Laurie C. Hubble
60 Spruce Street (B)
D.T. 1 -3;Ch 1 -4;Mu 1 -
4; M.D., B.N., A.S., A.M.,
up! New Yrs '96; Lib. lot;
Raincoat? Backseat! Semi
'95; A, M, + Me @ Holiday
lnn;GL,M + JBrown;M.R.
-ILY;TY, Mom + Dad;GL,
Eric R. Isenor
457 King Philip Street (R)
GT w/GF @ Market Bas-
ket, Steve Miller, 31 1 , Etc.
..; To MBF, J.B., B.W.,
L.H., A.R., J.G., K.G.,
M.D., J.R., D.I., J.G., +
Family, Thank you + 1 love
1461 Vernon Street (B)
Relationship 1 - 3; Fun 4;
GT + GF: YKWYA; 8/15/
96 @ T.S. w/A.W., W.N.,
A.M.; 10/7/96 @ C.W. w/
loaner; B.L. from
homeplate; A.W., What-
ever! Boo! My little man;
T.J., IWNFY; IWALY; TY,
Mom + Dad, IWALY! GL,
262 South Drive (B)
Band 1 - 4; YB 1 - 4; Ed 4;
RS1 -4;Mu1;GF: A.B.,
J.C. I J.B.,M.H.,H.P.,A.M. >
Band; The parties; Evan
and the Lamp; Abby's sum
'96; Andy - "I know"; Becca
IWNFY; D.O.B; C.C. -
"IWRY"; Ted - TFE.; ILY,
Mom + Dad.
1658 South Street (B)
218 Titicut Road (R)
Soc 1, BB 1+2, Ten 1, 2,
+4; Cook out in Parking lot
3; 6th Period lounge was
boring, ask J. A.;
McDonald's runs in Moe's;
D.M., Tour '96; J.L., look
for wet floor signs; TY +
James J. House
157 Elm Street East (R)
The Pontiac is on fire
again. Junior cookout in
the parking lot. Ozzy con-
cert, Kiss concert; Guys,
remember the limo ride,
my mouth is numb.
Thanks, Mom, Dad and
Rebel foreverything. Hey,
Fatboy. Erin, areyourTick-
les anklish? Crow.
18 Flaggstone Place (B)
YKWYA; Fl. w/S.W. Au-
gust '96, Louis; N.Y. my
twin; Curry w/J.N., S.W.,
K.P., 2B.S., J.D., Pablo;
JP w/R.A.; K.G.,
YWABMBF; S.W, J.N.,
+ A; GL, Amanda.
1232 Plymouth Street (B)
Wr1-4. BU+ STT, w/E.L,
M.N., G.S., CM., M.O.;
street light superman;
95-96. Great Woods Jump-
ing. "I don't live at that
house." Cows. Scavenger
hunts. MBF: E.L, G.S.,
M.N., CM., M.O., M.C.,
C.B., J.W.; TY, Family.
115 Auburn Street (B)
BBI2;Ten1;GF1 -4; Ski
1 - 4; 5/27/95; Little Blue;
Hootie; Steve Miller; Zoo;
Isaacs; Blue Hills; ILY, Jen,
Brian Michael Jones
35 Macy Street (R)
Soc 1 - 4, Capt. 4; BB1 - 4,
Capt.4; BBL1; J.L Jump-
help @ J.J.; Locked my
keys in my car; 7 w/L.T.;
Stuck @ the Beach; Tub-
ing® CC;J.H. + L.C Pe-
riod 5 Study; L.T., ILY +
IWNFY; TY, Mom + Dad;
GL, Mark + Sean.
45 Twinbrook Drive (B)
BBL1 +2;M.K., +T.O. @
BG for AC-DC 3/12/96;
K.S., B.M. @ Vikings; Rte.
44 Rec. center; Stickball;
Setting up for graduation
MBF M.K. + T.O.; ILY
Grandparents; ILY, Mom
+ Dad, TY.
390 South Main Street (R)
R.M. 7athon; R.R., CD.
snowbank; CD. elastic
eye; R. M., is the hood
shut? Hootie @ GW w/
R.R., R.M., B. K. Squirrel;
P.B. Bean; Thanks for it
all, Mom and Dad and
Pete; Good Luck, Laura.
Ryan Barry Keliey
85 Forest Drive (B)
FB+BB1-4; GW 95-96;
K.C, w/ friends; JP w/J.L,
@ C.C.; Martha's; J.L,
Thanks, IWNFY ILY, U-
Haul; Smart Mart; Pearl
Jam; Camping out; Loon
w/J.L., J.H., K.T.; Loon
Condo; Sardine; TY, Mom
+ Dad; GL, Sarah + Maura;
GL, 3, 8, 20.
Dennis M. Joy
152 North Main Street (R)
TY, M + D;TY, M.C..K.M.,
E.R., A.B., + K.G. for put-
ting up with me! IWLY
Always, M.R.; Holy
Monkee, Coo! Always
have Plymouth! IWMY All,
July 10, Most of all; I thank
Godforhelping me through
the years; P.S. Slick Rick.
69 Eleanor Road (R)
Timothy S. Kelly
525 Walnut Street (B)
3 Beechwood Circle (B)
Ten. 1 - 4. capt. 3+4: US
First 3+4, SO 3,4. Capt:
NHS. FLC. Ski 1 - 4: GT
+GF. YKWYA: DIS '96 w/
S.O.: Spain '96: Barce-
lona, here I come! A. A. stay
+ yield sign: M.M. Stump!
TY. Mr C. + Ms. B-you're
the best! ILY, Mom + Dad!
GL, Jim: White House,
here I come! C-ya later BR!
697 North Street (B)
GT w/M.H., K.C., N.Y.,
E.P., A.A., K.M., Camp-
ground w/K.C.,Casa De
Gorman? Skim, What Are
Grapenuts? RHCP, PFP;
JP w/M.H., K.C., K.M. +
Ferris; Large Cappuccino;
California, here we come!
C/C w/ winnebago; B.C.;
ILY, Mom, Dad, M, E, + M.
334 Walnut Street (B)
What's up B-R? I don't
have much to say; Good-
Bye to my friends and
thanks for being there. ILY
Dan, IWNF 10/31/94 + 9/
10/95; MBFS D.O., L.F.,
J.G.; Be good L.K.+S.K;
H.B., S.R., K.B.; To my
family, I love you all.
51 Douglas Drive (B)
Danielle N. Kisil
1785 Plymouth Street (B)
Good times chillin' with ev-
eryone. Concerts, Boston,
Clubs, Dance team. Brock-
ton. Roller blading, Girl
talk. VA, 31, New Year,
PR; GL, B.K., N.D.; First
love, Rock on; GL, Babies;
A.M., + J.E.; Thanks to my
family; GL, S.K., + B.K.
Timothy J. Kelly
65 Bayberry Circle (B)
BBL 1-4; BB 1-4; Kicked
back w/GF:R.K., L.C.,
J.L., You Know Where.;
Gotta Go On A Run.; Vine-
yard: 1 000 Caps? UHAUL;
M.P.'s after B.M.'s; You
Can't Hang.; L.C.'s After
Prom; Prime Time: M.W..
IWNFY: TY. Mom + Dad.
Adam Robert King
55 Ashford Lane (B)
BBL 1 - 4; Soc 1 - 4; OCL
Champs 95; Band 1 - 3,
Why? GT w/GF YKWYA.
GT @ K.C. w/the Soc crew
+ rest of the girls + boys.
Boston Crusaders T.O.,
C.T.. J.M. 7/12/96. GT @
Ireland + Scotland. JP @
Orleans. Lapper Memorial.
TY. Mom + Dad. ILY. GL,
P.O. Box 153
593 East Street (B)
STr; FB 1-4; WTr 3-4; BB
Capt. Str + WTr-OCL
Champs; GT @ JP; $8?
Fat Boys; GL, D.A.K. w/
+ Dad, I made it! C-YA 97.
549 Oak Street (B)
Tammy Elizabeth - Ann
"Tami - Brat"
P.O. Box 461 (B)
David Bump, my love for
fou will never die; Rachel
lOldberg, IWNFY; The
umps; GLto all my friends
r'KWYA; J.R. lunch; I.W.
chorus; M.L., The green
nachine isn't green any-
nore; GL, Lauren; M + D,
LY; Dave, I love you.
62 Hidden Valley Drive (R)
CL 2-4 Capt.; GT+GF-
YKWYA; MBFS; Dance;
Go back; "Sorry"; Crusin';
Shot gun! K.O.-96; JP
-i-Cape - Ducks? Ski w/
Noel; the Boys; Summer/
GW 95-96; K.C.; Beach;
Sleep-Out @ K.B.; Ken-
GL (MBF); R.K., -GL,
IWALY; ILY, M+D.
Michael K. Kulibaba
57 Mt. Prospect Street (B)
Soc1-4; BBL1-2; US1;
Fenway Park; A.K., AC/
DC @ BG; Let's go bowl-
ing YKWYA; J.K., Play
sometennis; Hanging with
the Coyle crew; K.S., goal
off his face; Corey, Mike,
Andy, Mini-golf; K.P.,
IWMY; fun at US1: Cool
beans!!! TY, Mom.
57 Walter Drive (R)
1 ; Ski; GT + GF- YKWYA!
Lights out L.P.! After JP @
L.C.'s; Noises @ E.R.'s;
Mais is @ work; L.F. Semi!
IWNF times @ Rucks! To
MBFS - ILYG! A.P. Mud!
Jay - Thanks for every-
thing ILY + WNFY, J+J!
TY,M + D-ILY!GL, Jason.
20 Driftwood Drive (B)
Hoc 1 - 4; Ten 2 - 4; So 2 -
4; FLC 1-3. YKWYA. Fatty.
M.D., CO, A.K. "Chako!"
Hey, G, you animal! Fire -
IWMY; UT Camp - Sailing
7 Seas! Concerts - Buffet,
Dave, Phish - NYE. The
basement. Have another
T. I love you, Ma, Dad, and
David W. Lin
67 Cedarmill Drive (R)
WTr + STr 2 - 4; Capt 4;
J. E., Chip, Blondie;S01 -
4; FLC; JP w/J.C, M.B.;
+ ILY, Mom, Dad, Jen; I
will always love you,
JanelleC.;GL, Ted, A.K.
"E Da Dee, Ski"
205 Boxwood Lane (B)
Mu1 -4;Ch1 -4;Dr4;FI
w/Ch; BBB; Smarts; Prom
Queen; PBS; GF: K.P.,
J.H.,T.L, E.K.; The guys,
N.Y., + A. I., Dreamguys;
E.S. MBF; Summer 96,
R.E.; G.P. IWNFY; I miss
you Jess; GL, Jay, Be
good; TY + ILY, Mom and
460 Robinson Road (R)
GT + GF - YKWYA; L.F.,
MBF ILY; D.M., FF; C.W.,
out; 8/2/96; Semi 95;
Where's Lindz? K.C. +
D.B.,GL + TFE;K,E,A,L,
+ M, more GT 2 come;
M.G., TY - ILYA; Mom,
YMBF; Thanks, Jeff.
95 Deerfield Drive (B)
R.K., J.L, J.H., J.C., J.L,
@ The Cape; Stowe; GT
Skiing @ N.H. w/friends;
K.C; Bush Pearl Jam +
GT @ GW; Thanks a lot,
ILY, Mom, Dad + Jason.
44 Clarence Avenue (B)
105 Pine Ridge Drive (B)
Wt 1 - 4; Fishing; BU, STT
1 - 4 w/M.N., CM., A.K.,
G.S., M.C; Moo; A.K.,
M.N., CM., MBF; LP w/
B.M. IWNFY + ALY; Sorry
GW; JP w/L.P.; Cell mates
w/CM.; IWNFY + ALY;
L.C + F; TY, ILY, M, D, L,
D; GL, A, C, V.
1278 Bedford Street (B)
S.A., remember it all; D.T.,
ILY; K.T., ILY; D.T., just
say the word; 10/19/96;
Gym class w/T.L; 3/3/96 1
will never regret it; 12/11/
96, 1 love you, Roleo; Mom
and Papa; I love you;
Reese pieces rule!
22 Ruth Ellen Road (R)j
BB 1 - 4; M.P.'s Tramp.!
Running; Jumping @ GWj
w/B.J., M.P., K.L; JP wJ
L.C; Primetime; May]
Flower Ave.; GT w/D.W.,
J.M.; Run from Mike M.:
Things E.R..D.H. did; Sar-
dines; Hanging around w/|
Crew; TY, Mom, Dad, Kris;|
TY, GL, Ken.
36 First Street (R)
3add4;GT + GF:YKWYA;
Montreal '95; Jenn, The
at;Sayit,B.F.; Florida w/
3.H.; Here, Dan, try this;
ce tea me; Buddy; J.C.
ie wave; E.R. Crazy
rives; IMY, Chad + Jay;
.S., Sorry I left w/K.G.;
FE, Mom, Dad, Bo, Ted,
80 Stonybrook Drive (B)
en. 1-4; US1; Cranber-
es; DMB; Prom w/mute;
.C. Pool at J.M.; ice
hooties; grove parties;
queeze; PCC 94; Hand-
hake w/K.M.; Accidents;
IMUN; Letter; Dad + Mom,
35 Woodland Drive (B)
59 Ann Street (R)
Jacksonsonville 1-3; BR
4; All maxed out; GT @
343 Broadway; Little Red
Toyota; Pedestrians R
hazards to vehicles; GT w/
the Irish Man; The
Sugarbear; TY, Mom +
Dad. GL, Melissa, ILY;GL,
J, J, J, M; Dad, IWNFY; Me
against the World!
Kimberly B. MacLeod
85 Beech Street (B)
IWNFY M.S. + Privy Truck;
Walking w/M.S.; MBF
Cove; Olivet Y.G. IWMY;
M.S., C.C., A.M., L.F.,
K.W.;Dunkin; ILY,Mom +
Dad; GL, Andy + Chris;
Footprints; Proverbs 3,
5+6; TY, Jesus; "Beauty is
in the eye of the beholder"
Kate Gervais Malone
21 Maple Avenue (B)
Basketball 1-2; Sod -3;
GT + GF: K.K., K.C.J.D.,
T.C., K.M., B.M., J.C,
D.M., A.M., A.G.; J + K-
P.P;LW-J;M + C;S.P.;
G.S.; Best Times- K + K;
Oldies, K.K, R.S., B.M.,
NYE: H.K., C.I., Christo-
pher, + IWALY! Utah to-
gether! M + M GL; TY, M +
D + D.N.!
69 Leonard Street #7 (R)
122 Harvard Street (B)
Golf 2 + 3; MT2-4; Pearl
Jam + Spliffysw/B.F.,M.L;
Camp behind Ken's;
Kathy's; Sebago w/T.K.,
E.C.; GW + REM w/K.B.;
Homer's call + Loon
Condo; Ro's A. S., Special;
JP - Orleans; GL, 2nd pd.
Jr lounge crew; Thanks,
Dad + Mom!
1 Meadow Lane (B)
BB 2; GT+GF K.M., K.B.,
C.W., J.M., N.B. Thunder
and Lightning forever;
Trails w/ K + K; Rocking
Horse x 3; Special thanks
to my Mom, Dad, sisters,
niece, nephew, Grandpar-
ents, friends and Mr. S. -
ILY all + IWNFY.
526 Walnut Street (B)
DT 1-3; Chr 1-3; GT+GF
K.P., S.A., A.S.; Jodecci
95; BTM w/K.P. + J.B.
Flunctuate w/ T.L. + M.E.
1/27/95, Chris, I will love
you forever! B.B. ILY; TY,
Dad + Mom; GL, Kids. TFE,
261 Cross Street (B)
GT+GF; YKWYA; 1 yr
C.W., Snk-out; L.P., Cape,
M.L, APT; B.M., FFE; 8/
93w/R.C, @J.M., Bridge:
D.M., C.W., A.W.,G.H.;
GW - JB 2x Hilch; ILY,
R.C., 3/1 3/95; RSw/C.W.,
R.C.; TY, Mom + Dad,
Denise, Chris; ILY, GL,
Donna + Tood.
Kelly Ann Masefield
120 Ashtead Road (B)
STr 1-4; PL 2-4; NHS 3-4
C.C.D. w/E.D., S.O.; J.T
@ GW; Keys?; Morg's
O.B'S; Willow; Dress-Up
GT @B.U. w/A.S., E.D.
Keychain; S.O., T G.
Roches; GT+GF YKWYA
TY+ILY, Mom+Dad; GL,
Colleen + Karen.
53 Village Gate Drive (B)
Stage crew, ski, Dr; Dunkin,
Fields, Onset, Mikey's house;
I was asleep! Fat Face no
bad! You know Gary! Hey, J,
glad I changed my mind. I
love all my friends forever and
115 Pleasant Drive (E
Beatles; GT GF: YKWYA
N.H., T.S., J.G., ILYO
F.F.E.D.M.; IWNFY F.Ml
Magic eye J. D.; Fiesta 1-^
J. McD's; D.D., K.M 1
Beasties; Black light; Mi
Phips; ILY, Frankie
Thanks, Mom, Dae
Bumpa; GL, Kids.
101 Titicut Road (R)
Ski 1-4; John, Sharon, "H"<
Mel, Chel, Danielle, + al
my friends; remember JP'
GW, IWNFY, IWMY, ILY]
TY,+GL in everything yoi|
do. Keep in touch; GLJ
Irene; Nikki, MBF, wish youl
were here. See you in Lajj
Vegas. ILY + TY, GL.
Ali, Bubba, Jr. Birdman"
194 Main Street (B)
et crew 2 - 4; Art class; To
I my friends YKWYA
VMY. Dunkin Donuts;
jpos, the Strand; Mosh
tadventure; Out all night,
ork at 7 am. Driveway
sasters; Egg rolls; No
3nse of direction. TY,
om + Dad, ILY, + the
I8 Fairacres Avenue (R)
Village Gate Drive (B)
FH + WTr1-4;SB1-2;ST
3-4;Rucks1-4;GT + GF
YKWYA; Mais @ work; 4x4
w/Kenny, S.W., BFA; Not
want a cracker? Escapes
@ Webbs; Long talks w/
J.B. + L.T.; Feb Vac @
ILY Mom, Dad, Kate,
18 Flagg Street (B)
"Mony, Mony Love"
23 Clover Drive (B)
Peeping torn + American
Chop Suey; 12/27/94
jumping around @ Meg's
w/L.T. + J.B.;Summer'95,
How many times @ GW?
Young @ Phish; Flagg St.
w/D.N.; Piggy Backs; Pixie
Stix; US1 , Room 226; Meg,
MBF.wedidit! Mom, Dad,
Greg, + Ross, ILY!
115 Riverview Drive (B)
FB 1 -4, Capt; Hoc 1 -4, Capt
3-4; Moo; Fishing Pond;
A.K., + G.S.; Cellmates w/
E.L.; The Bomb; JP @
ing; GT+GF: YKWYA;
Concerts + Pearl Jam;
IWNFY Kelly; Fatties For-
318 East Street (B )
GT + GF - YKWYA; Fight
night; The Balcony @
C.W.'s w/N.H.; Thanks,
Homeplate; Late nights w/
J.N.'s; 3-TB- AM; B.L. -
D3; A.W., where are we?
C.P. - IWNFY + IWALY,
NFTGT; My girls Jordan +
Dylin,ILY;TY,Mom + Dad.
22 Concetta Drive (B)
- .X~ i
r f * A. I
M ^B ,i|
60 Holly Lane (B)
Stg Crew, 2-4; HMUN, 3-4
w/D.B.; Dunkin'; Saturdays
@ Alicia's; The Rockin'
Baby Blue; Dance - a -
thon; Garth; D.M.B.; 9/28/
96 w/ Alicia! London;
Jenny, IWNF, Violent
Femmes! Birthdays +
226 Comfort Street (B)
STr1,CG2, FTA2+3; GL
to all my friends + The
Dunkin Crew; L.F., thanks
for tripping me! IWNF:
Washing ice; Getting lost
in Pembroke, shut off the
high beams!! Long talks
w/W.M.; Thanks, Mom +
Dad, I love you; Good luck
class of 97!
75 Laurie Lane (B)
Bick; Friendly; 44pool;
Dunkin; Fields w/? @ play-
ground; US1 @NH; Run;
4:20; Onset; Warped; NJ
w/ K.C.; M.T. house;
Strand; Tempo; Clove;
Cypress; All my friends -
S.L.; TY, Mom + Dad; GL,
134 Spring Street (B)
Free at last; GT+GF:T.O.,
J.L, J.H., J.A., E.I., +
Fatboy; IWNF Junior year
BBQ; YKWYA, MBF.GL,
+ TY for GT; Shop was fun
w/ Chev + Moe; TY, Mom +
Dad for all your support;
TY, Avo for being there.
GL to all; Don't forget to
Karla Nicole Morast
65 Fox Hill Drive (B)
CL 1-4, Capt. 4; GT+GF,
YKWYA; Lost in Boston w/
J.D. + K.C.; Flags w/M.O.
+ S.W.; Summer '95 K.M.,
E.S., + T.L;M.O., no sled-
ding; Buffett, '96; NYE @
C.C. ;TY, Jones; TY, Mom,
Dad, John, Bob, Kristen,
Kerry, ILY; GL, Kim, Kara,
Tim, Elaine, Rob, and Mat-
275 Whitman Street
178 J udson Street (F
FB 1+2; WR 1+2; USl
Lifting w/B.S.; VWBeetl
7/5/96; GW 8/8/96 w/B.h
R.R., J.K.; FC 10/2/96
D.E., D.J., B.K.; Accide*
No meat + chicken, D.E'
Bush; B.K., Keys in Ce
Cards w/P.B.; GTw/Gi
Thanks, Mom + Dad, IL
15 Flaggstone Place (E
185 Pond Street (B)
Dean Street (R)
od-4 Capt; BB 1-4; SB
-4; GT+GF: YKWYA;
arty @D.S.;K.F. the sign;
.B. House Jr. Yr.; K.S.
imping @ Normandy's;
.B. + R.S. Poof! K.C.
nch@ Ruby's; J.C.NYE
! Boston! Fresh. Yr. al-
ays @ B.D.'s;TY, Mom,
ad, Erin, ILY.
17 Laurel Drive (B)
B.C., E.L., J.C., K.G.,
camper, the cottage trip w/
J.M., + 2 wks, Trans Am,
Trail Blazing, Lotus Green-
house, GL, E.B., & J.B.,
ILY, Meaghan, Good luck,
Kel & Sean; Thanks, Ma &
Dad; JILL, WE DID IT. See
ya, BR & Mrs. Smith.
905 Pleasant Street (R)
GT+GF: YKWYA. I can't
believe it's over, but it's
time to move on. GL to
my family for all the help
and support. Tayla,
Mommy's little girl, I love
you with all of my heart.
Everything I do, I do it for
Jaime Michelle Nowlin
35 Greenbrier Lane (B)
SB 2-3, Soc 3, FLC 1-3,
GT+GF: YKWYA; J.D.'S
Diet Coke; A.I. Watch
those rocks; CC '96 w/
Tracy, Bud, Brett, K.P. +
B.K.; T.D., MBF, ILY;
Kevin, ILY + IWNFY; Curry
w/ Ange, Julie + Sarah;
ILY,Mom + Dad;GL,B + J.
105 Appletree Circle (B)
BAC'92, '96; MBF: Jay,
Pete, Tats, Adam; Macy's,
UMass w/ Pete; Cone Po-
lice 6/9/96; Party @ P.S.
Tubby; Russ Fat, Fast,
Naked Daffy Duck; Jay
Love Boat; D.A. Pete
wears hats; Fiddler; ILY,
Kheli, Mom, Dad, Kelly +
Lynn TY for support;
IWMY, John 7/23/96.
625 Oak Street (B)
Market Basket parking lot;
H.P., guy w/the plaid shirt;
Mobile; Bread! Wroughmp!
NF Mr. Porter's class, as-
sorted fruit, TY; ILY, M+D,
Jess, GL; Bye, BR!
125 Ashtead Road(B)
STr; Ski; PL; GT + GF:
K.M., M.T., CC, J.D.,
M.O., S.W., A. A., E.D.,
L.C., A.K,. S.S.; PCC;
S.W.-DAD! NYE '96 @
CC; Keys? Fiesta; Buffett
Morg's; Prom - Grammy
Ralph - S. + C; Willow
OB'S; GT@ H.D. - IMYG!
ILY, Mom, Dad, + C.
286 Temi Road (R)
66 Plain Street (B)
FH-STr 1-3: Broccoli on
the Grill. ME. 94. Flags.
snow-bank: WFH: Sum-
mer 96: GW 3 x Buffett:
FC: JP's: Morgs: O.B's.
NYE '97. The gang: Stinky.
Kiki.Ani. GTw/GF. Karla,
N.R.. C.N.. YKWYA. TY.
Mom. GL. M + M. ILYG 1
Heather L. Pentz
160 Pine Street (B)
YB4: GT + GF w/ J. P..
E.R.. P.H.. K.N.. - K.M.:
Monkees: TY for the ride
M.M.: B.G.. laughing @
M.C..M.R.. + D.J.: JPvan:
Plymouth Rockw/E: IWNF
Vampire* Bugle Boy. J. P..
Stacey. GL. Jeff.
Heather Ann Pelland
33 New Carver Road (R)
Band 1-4; BF:C.H. + D.E.;
Florida + Disney World,
April 1996; IWNFY: A.L,
J.W.. P.H.. A.G., E.W..
+J.S.; GL to all my friends;
Special GL to the Band:
IWMY, Mrs. P.; Thank You,
Mom + Dad, I love you!
Darryl, I love you. 9/27/96.
58 Francine Road (R)
I luv you. Steph. 3-23-9*
Spanky: Remember the
BBQ: Hi. K.M.. J.O.. K.O
BO. J.H.. TY, Mom am
Dad for something! Kia
@ Ozzy Concen
FATBOY! You're so fat; H
32 Laurel Lane (R)
CL 2+4; GT+GF YKWYA;
C.Cod - jetski - K+T;
VACA-Bator; S.Miller3 +
Cypress; M. Beach; Party
- 94; Checo, S.D., R.B. -
Q.Deck-i- Retreat; Fiesta -
96: Webbs; NYE - MBF's:
Filenes + bikes - K.S., J.L.;
TY + ILY - M + D; GL -
Casey + Robbie + Tina +
Justine R. Penney
"Justiniee Weinne Tortilinee
85 Charles Street (B)
Ice Skating 1-4: to all m v
good friends, old and new
IWMY: HP.. MBF: E.Rj
L.W.. A.S.: Jacquelinel
and Dad. thanks for thJ
support. Hi, Piddle. DoJ
Track #4. La mia famigli^
80 Legge Street (B)
GT w/ T.G., K.K.. A.S.,
K.M.: Crazy weekends w/
K.M., H.D.; Red Hot Chili
Peppers 2/8/96 w/T.G.,
K.M..N.S..J.P.; Bijou 3/4/
94; Skim; I Love You Tho-
mas 1/11/94 + Jaysen; I
LY Mom, Dad. L, D, TFE;
220 Grange Park (B)
"Our doubts are our be-
rayers, if you conquer
hem, nothing will be be-
yond your reach."; Base-
LR.,J.H.,D.S.; 5-0 Baby!
Lisa Marie Puccini
54 Chickering Road (R)
T+GF: YKWYA; B.M.,
^/I.O.H.; 2 weeks alone;
E.R.'s, 1-4; I'm stuck!
tfal's@work! LT. + B.M.,
noon + midyears; M.L.,
<.H., Tori + Jam; Semi;
Jghts out! Pit, can you
ell? Escape @ Web's;
_.C, Dunks; D.H..IWNFY;
ancun; Lew; TY, Ma,
Dad, + Kath.
180 Vernon Street (B)
Chorus 1-4; DT 1-3; Dr. 4;
3 - Montreal 95 w/ PB; Flor-
ida '96; GT+GF: K.L.J.H.,
T.L, A.I., + the guys; H.K.
w/ C.C.; dancing @
Paula's; JP; Summer 96,
M + D + Kerrie; Bye, BR.
1137 Locust Street (R)
IWNF GT+GF; Sharon
Dairy Maid laughs; Toni's
B-Day at the Range; Dan,
GL, ILY; H and Mayher,
GT @ Dan's; Chel and
Mike, what's up; Mom and
Dad, ILY; Liza, GT at
Mart's; Jon, ILY; D., GT at
the play-ground; Kevin,
IWNFY; GT in the loft.
30 Meeting Square Drive (B)
In years you'll try to re-
member if everything was
real or not - class, hangin'
out, party at my place, ev-
ery summer - friends you
didn't want to lose, but did
- all the stuff that mattered.
"..Mindless endless nights
and days, but . . ."
152 Main Street (B)
Soc + Ten, 2-4; Ski NH w/
the gang, Moose, 1234, +
D.M.'s note; GW '96, Nic,
we made it; NYE '96; Piggy
back; Morgs; Tears +
laughs w/ Ani + Nic; 2nd
home @ B.D.; Talks @
Friendly's + yogurt;
GT+GF: YKWYA, never
change; Mum, ILY; Tim,
135 South Street East (R)
FH 1; Soc 2-3; WTr2; HP
93; Trip to Mom w/K.S.
mud! L.P., can you tell?
Bridge w/ K.G., T.S.; It's
4:20! Moving again? Pals
from WR; The moment -
E.R..K.H..M.L; Don't for-
get Dunks Fay? L.F..M.L.,
Laser show? GT+GF; GT
w/ Ed! ILY Bro; GL Tina;
TY, Tray, M+D!
221 Orchard Street (R)
1240 Bay Street (R)
224 North Main
Street Apt #4 (R)
575 Vernon Street (B)
YKWYA; I love you, Aaron,
4/3/93; IWNF 12/18/93; In
the jungle w/ all the
Roches; D.D.; The big cat
- K.M.; Got any snapple?
Buddy! Powers errands
J.S. Bozo! ILY, Mom + Dad.
GL, C., + H., ILY!
75 Barbara Road (R)
CL, 2-4; FH 1; M.L.,
Thanksgiving; K.B., camp-
out; 5/27/95 P.K.; Little
Blue; JP; Surprise party,
TY,J.L + D.B.,IWMY;Zoo
w/ P.K.; Blue Hills; Steve
Miller; Hootie; 5/27/96
P.K., TY, ILY, MBF, GL;
GL,E.R., + M.L;ILY,Mom
+ Dad; GL, J.L + C.K.
: f f
75 Barbara Road (R)
FB 1-4; Wr 1-2; Camping
w/ Brett, Chris, + Ken; 4x4
in 250; Nick, Call her!
Bington; B.D. Hootie's
black? GW'96; Chris cute;
J.L., Ken can fly; 84
Maybelline; TY, Kristy 10/
16/94 Only you, Semi '96,
I Love you! GL Jen +
Heather, TY Mom & Dad.
Big up to my cousin John,
A.F.,P.W.,J.J., + Madlove
for E.W., NT., A.P., B.K.,
PEACE; "Ca pode squece
di mocos na Taunton" e
D.R.; Keep it real; IWNFY,
F.R. . . .
50 Oak Ridge Lane (B
BB1-4;FB2; J.P., Booe
Boy; M.P., J.C., Searc
me; JP w/ E.R.; D.S., TV
Jimmy Buffet; TY, Catlv
FB Dance 4; IWNF rri
friends + GL;TY, Ma, Dae
Fil, Nella, ILY.
60 Brewster Drive (B)
Band 1-3; Jazz 1-4; Florid*
96; MYWE 3-4; Spain 99
NHS; D.O.B.; Pat's parties
+ the lamp; Joy rides in tru
Volvo; IWNF A.B., C.B.
P.H., M.R., D.J., H.P.I
A. V.; Thanks, Pete 1
Thanks, Mom + Dad
527 North Street (B)
3BL + FB 1-4, Capt. 4;
D.C.L Champs; GT+GF:
fKWYA;K.C.'s house; GT
GW; A.S. special w/
(en, Russ, D.M.; JP -
ape; M.C.'s house w/
fc.C., R.T.; Pears w/T.K.,
.H, R.K.; SLSM w/team;
1 -95, MBF, Danielle, ILY;
Y, Mom, Dad, Mark; GL,
637 South Main Street (R)
156 Spruce Street (B)
BBL 1 -4; Snowboarding 1 -
4; ; BSC; Paint Crew ILY;
Kathy IWNFY ; Lollapa-
looza '94; Camping w/
+ Dad; GL, Laura.
Erin Elizabeth Rucker
724 North Main Street (R)
Tr1-2; My house 1-4; GT
w/GF:YKWYA; Lisa, win-
dow; T.K., wall; Linz.Mich,
Semi; D.C.; JP w/ A.R., -
Church; Mais @ Work, TY;
Swim; 4 x 4 w/ A.P.; 2
weeks; July 4; Mike,
IWNFY, TY; Kara, Mich
MBF, TY; Mom, Dad, Amy,
ILY; Good-bye, B-R!
Timothy Patrick Rogers
279 Judson Street (R)
Golf 1-4, Capt 3-4; NHS;
+ the women in my life;
GT: hanging out in my cel-
lar; Maine with Getchell;
Jonesy's cape house;
NYE, + JP; Brett - go Ma-
rines; Thanks to my family
and friends; ILY, Mom +
58 Hickory Drive North (R)
414 Water Street (B)
lueless 1-4; Hi, Moyni +
awler; ILY, Shanana +
/lickey + GT @ C.S.; LY,
iL.; Hey what's up J-C.
). ILY; GT working w/ Jen
., Craig C, Bryan D., Jeff
,;Hi + GL, DanD. + IMY;
iL to my brats Dylan +
tobby; TY, Mom + Dad,
56 Mary Lane (B)
GT w/ GF: Jen, Lis, Linda,
Stace, Sharon; Jen M.
You're my best friend,
Thanks for being there for
me; Chem w/ Jacey; GL,
Kerri + Heather; Maxine!
Drivingw/ crazy Jen! Inde-
pendence Day; I love
Tommy! Thanks, Mom!
GL, Mikey. 143-26
158 S. Main Street (R)
SB 1-4:GTw/C.P.. K.B..
R.S.. A.B.. K.O.: Camp-
ing; Trip w/ Pittore: JP @
Lees: NYE: GW: Chris.
IWNFY 4/96: Beasties:
Parties @ Papp's: VW: TY.
Mom. Dad. Denise: GL.
Devon: IMY. Mom + Ja-
son; Check ya later. BR
75 White Street (R)
1-3? GT + GFK.B..K.O..
Poof! J.C.. K.C.. K.B..
K.O.. Fanueil Hall. K.G..
Pushing car + Superbowl:
JP w/A.K.. I fine @ L.C.:
L.C.. D.S.. K.G.. No More
Strays: Summer SB. Cool
Times: GL. Melissa. Kurt
TY. Mom + Dad.
186 Lounsbury Drive (R)
C.S., E.R., K.C., M.C.,
S.G., T.R.; Weights w/
R.M.; Camping; The cel-
lar; Route 44 chase;
USMC. here I come:
Thanks. Mom + Dad: Good
Luck, G, L, + M.
40 Lounsbury Drive (R)
SO 4, Dr. Tech'94=SHS;
GT + GF: The Three Mus-
keteers; Lost in Rl 11/95;
The cat did it! GT @ GW •
J.C., M.K.K.: GL + ILY
+IWMY: GT @ Newport,
shows, Boston: IWNFY,
Mom: Thank you, Dad +
Jean, I LOVE YOU!
67 Captain's Landing (F
Alissa Jill Sforza
115 Colonial Post Dr. (B)
GT w/ GF Jill, Jen, Dee.
S.A.. L.S.; M.E., J.Y.,
Thurs.; Rocky Point w/DT;
GL. Amy; Summer of 96.
W. Chestnut; GL. Yer
IWNFY 12-30-93: Dee
TYFE. YAMBF; TY, Rach
+ Jen, ILY; Mom, Dad, +
Mike, ILY; GL, Angel, ILY;
Have fun, K, H, + R. 26
1234 South Street (B)
1-2: Fatboys; All you can
eat; Jr. Nationals; N.D.,
Chief White Bomb, LA; GT
@ JP;BU 1-4. E.L, A.K.,
CM.. M.N.: Thanks, Mom
Jessica L. Silva
"Jessie pooh - '
1677 Bedford Street (Bl
Thanks to all my teachers
the last 4 years. IWNFG1
+ GF. Thanks to MBF fd
many years past and fu
ture; YKWYA! Good Ludl
Class of 97'. ILY. Mom
Dad. Aaron. Jen. and ai
my animals, and family
TY. Good Bye. B-R.1WNI
Grandma + Charley"
Kelly Harrington Smith
74 Pearl Steet (B)
1,2 Dr. MBF, YKWYA, it's
been fun! Remember GT
+ GF last forever. "Games
at the dome." Jif + Skippy
always! I can't believe it's
over! I love E.R.S. and all
my buds. IWMY + IWNFY,
GL next year, Have Fun!
227 Orchard Street (R)
Dennis Smerz, Jr
29 Laurel Drive (B)
Tamara Beth Spinney
590 Cross Street (B)
GT w/ GF: YKWYA; fiesta;
S w/ C @ Valz; Joe's
houses fresh, yr- W.N.,
J.W., T.H., J.B., + CM.;
W.N. MBF TY; K.T.C.
IWMY; Cole + Beck, ILY
guys; A.P. you're perfect;
JP w/ M.H.; NYE;Mom,
Dad, Bill, Britt + Ang,
thanks for everything, ILY!
Andrea P. Souto
24 Leonard Street (B)
STr 3,4,; FLC; GT w/GF
YKWYA; B.B. At the T;
Keys?; NYE don't touch
my snow! sitting on the
stoop; Painting windows;
Don't hold it against me;
Get off my elevator; Top of
Mom + Dad; GL, Steve +
Danielle R. Stella
173 Titicut Road (R)
FH1-4GT + GF:YKWYA;
IWNF My house 95*-
BUSTEDHJP- After Party
S.E., K.M., H.S., M.C.-
Next time grab the tub;
K.B., K.C.- the vibe; the
Sexiest Kid, IWNFY; Semi
'95- C.P. house; Mom,
thank you for everything,
24 Springhill Avenue (B)
SOC 3- 4, Last Celts game
Hey, Ken, it's upside down,
mas, FFL + FBL, N.P.'s
basement, bowling w/B.M.
and A.K.; My license?
Thanks, Mom and Dad,
Kerri + Eric, GL, Sam!
Kevin E. Spry
59 Hickory Drive (R)
Golf 1-3; TY, Mom + Dad;
IWNF chillin w/J.Y., K.P.,
K.P., B.C., 6th lounge w/
2 Bosw/F.B., E.W., J.S.,
E.S.; IWNFY, B.S.; w/up
F.B., J.M., K.H.;GL, B.C.,
J.D.; IWNF 6/1/96 w/J.Y.;
I love you, Jenn!!
1118 Pleasant Street (B)
35 Evergreen Drive (B)
I played BBL. BB. - CC. I
want to say GL to my
friends. I had a lot of GT -
GF. TY. Mom + Dad -
Gram. ILY! I just want to
tell K.L.B.. that I am glad
she is a part of my life -
IWNFY + ILY. S.W.S. +
K.L.B.. forever! ILYK.LB.
434 Church Street (R)
GF 1-4 Capt.4; MWA 4;
First 3+4; GT w/ GF:
YKWYA: M.P. at C.C..
M.G. at T; J.D., Jr. Sum-
mer; L.H.. Sr. Year, GL!
Thank you for everything,
Mom + Dad.
57 Dean Street (R)
Pine: Boston: Fenway: Val
#13: Playoffs: Maine: JP-
Orleans: 1 0/06/95: GW 95-
96; Pearl Jam; L.C.
Marthas: K.T.. Guys; NYE
96: Hey, Jack; Fleet Cen-
ter Gym: A.M., Wal-mart;
GL. D.S.: IWNFY, Luke;
ILY. Mom, Dad. + Cheryl!
45 Sharon Court (B)
Meredith Noel Stoughton
22 Walter Drive (R)
MU1-2.PJG. MM, FTA3
CG 1:Ten 1; JPw/D.H.
Dunkin'. Spookyworld w/
K.M.,P.R., + J.E.:"NI!NI!
"Phantom" w/ L.F.+ LG.
"Joseph" w/ A.S.. "Rent'
w/E.N.: Rl w/N.F.:IWNF
A.B., D.J., B.S.: TY. God!
ILY. Mom + Dad; Farewell
all; I depart from this mad-
60 O'Brien Drive (R)
34 Bobwhite Lane (B)
Soc 1-4. SB 1-3. BB 1-
2+4. Tr 3: GT+GF:
YKWYA: Cape Cod @
I wearyoursweatshirt? VT;
MVw S.W., M.T., J.D.; T-
guy: Loon: Amy. You got
my vote! GT @ GW;
Clueless! Congo? ILY,
Mom + Dad: TY. Jai: GL,
422 Elm Street East (R)
Hey, guys, remember the
Alanis concert @GW? Oh,
sorry, J.R., I guess you
don't.; How about 4? A.W.
+ A.C. The 3 Musketeers
had nothing on us; D.B.,
J.C., the Tales crew, TY;
Bang! See ya!
310 Forest Street(B)
CAPT. Soc 1-4, BB 1-2,
SB 1-4; NHS 3-4; GT w/
Polly want a cracker; Sum-
mer @ Rucks; I'm Sleep-
ing out; Studying w/ Bev @
LP.'S?; Feb. Vacation @
Lisa's; 9/12/95 ILY Brian
IWNFY; TY Mom, Dad,
Kerin Jennifer Tardiff
45 Nottingham Drive (R)
CL 1 -4; GTw/GF: YKWYA;
Jen, Kris, Dani, TY, ILY;
Shotgun bang! It too loud,
Ken; Janel, Tim, Ken, ac-
cident; GT @ GW + K.C.'s
w/ the gang; JP w/ Fahey-
Cape; Sul Guys; J.M.,
MBF, ILY; Ken, IWNFY,
MBF; TY, Mom and Dad;
GL, Little bro! GL, A. P.;
365 Whitman Street (B)
242 Auburn Street (B)
CC; STr; Ski; MV; GT+GF:
E.F.; Willow; Keys? S.W.-
1st week; Fiesta; Talks
T.D.; Morg's; Prom-
Grammy; OB's; T-guy; TY,
Mom, Dad, Matt, Susie.
747 Hill Street (R)
DR 4; ML). 4; Stage crew;
Chucks! Blair's Carriage,
Kitty, at the forum; Eli;
Show Guys, Donut Man;
Shrink Expos 1 ,2; Lupo's,
Strand; Spoon! Marc
Anthony's; GT w/ GF al-
ways; Catchya later.
885 Vernon Street (B)
FB 1-4; STr 1-4, Capt 4;
OCL Champs 96; WTr2-4,
Capt 4; Streetlight Super-
man w/ the Fat Boys; GW
w/ Jack; Ed + Ken @
Palooza; Here's to feeling
good all the time, Ro, Abe,
Ken, J.H., T.K., + all the
Fat Boys; Mom, Dad, +
Jeff, thanks, ILY.
295 Orchard Street (R)
185Temi Road (R)
P.H., J. P., J.C.; Best
Friend Nicole C, Thanks
to Mom, Dad, Danny,
Ryan, + Mimi
1785 South Street (B)
Chorus 3+4; FLC,3; Thank
God, If Not For Him I'd Be
Lost. IWNF B.W., J.K.,
J.C., T.L; Chorus. K.M.;
Stay real. ILY Mike 2/15/
cial thanks to my family
ILY. GL to anyone I
1687 High Street (B)
It's been a great fouryears;
M.L, S.Q., M.O., E.W.,
J.C., J.S., J.T., B.T.; Long
Live Chicken Nugget Day;
Ah, Pork Fri Ri.
1586 South Street (B)
GL, Red, Slim, V.ldiot, M
Gone; Super A.F.; IWNF
The Box: ); Squanto; Funky
Sax! Dougin Donuts; Like
wow scob; 1077/96:( Es-
corts Rule! GL, Sis! Cof-
fee; Florida '96; TY, Mr.
Mundt, Drivin the Bus! Bye
180 Main Street #1304 (B)
151 Colonial Post Drive(B)
FH 1-3 SB 1-4 Ski 1-4; Dad
S.O; A.A.- T.W.; FLAGS!
M.O; K.M; CAPE FEAR
D.B.; A.A; C.C; 1st wk.
JP Grammy! FL. A.I; L+D!
Curry w/A.I; J.M; K.P; 2
B.S;-Pablo! Paint Windows
A.S.; T-GUY; SICK! TY
+ILY M, D, J, A, C, B!
66 Hammond Street (B)
Capt.; NHS; K.A., T.D., I
Nominate! Adam went fly-
ing! Dunkey, Fishin;
Thowra; I.M. uptown; mad
bakers; GLin whateveryou
TY, M+D ILY; No worries,
Mom; I'll find you there.
15 Roberts Road (B)
CL 1-3; GT+GF YKWYA;
Stump; L.P., Cape; D.M.,
Redsox; 3 Stooges; M.L.,
Apt.; Hilch - Alone; Papp;
A.M. + N.H., Wide eyes;
L.F., Semi; Sneaking out;
GT w/ T.P. + S.R.; Anna^
YMBF; Cath, thanks; LYl
Ma-TY;GL, Anna, Hilch, +
Denise; Bye, BR!!
57 Mt. Prospect Street (B)
FTA, 1-4, Pres. 4; YB 4;
IWNF the Moolings: J, G,
C, B, + J., don't forget our
parties; I have no legs! To
B.S.,1 want some tea!
Moosie! Beast! Bob; Pink;
my friends, YKWYA,
IWNFY; M.R. + N.C., Nice
Baja! TY, Mom, Dad,
David, ILY. GL, Derby!
Heather Marie Whitman
585 Hall Street (R)
FH1; SB Mgr. 3+4; GT w/
M.K., C.S., H.W.; Hallow-
een '95 w/BFS.T.E., K. P.
+ J.D.; Good Luck; IWNFY
Concert w/ T.E. @ GW
Summer of '96 w/ good
friends; Thanks for every-
thing, Love You, Mom,
Dad, + Mark.
92 Summer Street (B)
iTw/GF: D.K. (Summer
f 95- California?) C.L.w/
.G., X-mas in Germany
6, BF Melia, Godson
arius, ILY Cutie; Hmong
ew Year '94-'96, ILY, G.
hang; Meyers; Sons; ILY,
lorn + Dad; IMY, Tim!
708 Pleasant Street (B)
IWNF the fun times of high-
school, such as CCL and
+ GT w/ S02; TY, Mr.
Lennon foryour help + hard
work + TY, Mr. Kearney for
your inspiration; Loved the
Cheer Leaders @ BB; TY,
Mom + Dad for helping me
+ inspiring me to do better!
Micole Kate Yarman
8 King Philip Street (R)
H 1-3; GT+GF, YKWYA;
ng, my twin; Kara, Kath,
ike, River Rave; Dream
uys, K.L.; Sum. '96; GW
uffett; Noel, we made it;
ric, Bington, call her; Kris
Jess nature walks; Eric +
ris, GL, ILYG; Noel,
VMY, YMBF; Jess, GL,
.Y; Thanks, Mom + Dad.
Tricia Lea Wood
17 Stetson Street (B)
Lounge w/ Girls; K.G.; BQT
wA/.C; Tat!! Deli w/ L.R.;
B + B;GL, flags! Belle; TY,
D.J .;GL, Tanya; TY.D.B.,
ANG; TY, ILY M + D.
180 Main Street E-1 24(B)
DT 2+3; GT w/GF,
YKWYA; IWNF I've fallen
+ I can't get up w/K.P.;
w/K.S., K.P., M.E., J.D.,
K.P.; IMY M.R.; 6/1/96 w/
K.S.; K.P., TYFE; Kevin, I
love you forever! IWNFY,
B.S.; TY, Mom, G+G,
ILYG; GL, D, T, + D.
58 King Philip Street (R)
IWNF GT+GF: YKWYA
K.C., NH '95 Slide guys
IWNF 5th period lunch w/
B.D.,K.C.;GW '96; 2 Bos-
ton thru Chelsea +
"Bington"; ILY, Mom + Dad;
GL, Nicole, you are the
best sister anyone could
have! GL, Class '97; Bye,
1. Strutting their stuff, Danielle Boudreau, Ali McMahon, and Laura
Clement enjoy the senior Holiday Party.
2. With expert exactness, Kristy Cronin crops a picture.
3. Dealing with the everyday problem of marching band music, senior
Evan Watson helps junior Dennis Coyne with his piece.
4. Kara Chase, Karen Maclean, Jess Yarman, Kristy Cronin, Jackie
Cipriani, and Katlyn Chaves take time out from sightseeing on their FLC
trip to Canada to relax on a railing.
5. Seniors Jon DeAguiar, Ricardo Medina, Richard Rogers and Jason
Karns leave the lunchroom satisfied after wolfing down a quick lunch.
6. Jen Latham and Becky Dower are all dressed up for the Pep Rally.
Other members of the Class of 1997 are:
865 Summerset Street (B)
3 Miller Terrace
140 Maple Avenue (B)
1210 South Street (B)
90 North Street (B)
314 W. Elm Street (R)
160 Vernon Street (B)
154 Eleanor Road (R)
68 Spring Street (B)
198 South Street (R)
252 Bedford Street (B)
8 Romney Road (B)
562 Vernon Street (B)
699 Prospect Hill Street (R)
1 1 North Main Street Apt # 3
1259 South Street (B)
12 Ramblewood Drive (R)
30 Lantern Lane (R)
1195 Vernon Street (B)
7. Dennis Joy and Marcie Cabral
approve of a picture for the TJ 2 page.
8. Senior spirit rules at the pep rally as
demonstrated by Kara Holloway, Lind-
say Thomson, and Andrea Pittore.
9. Alyssa Bator and Charlene Papp
ask for homework assistance from a
fellow classmate over the phone.
10. After finishing her homework,
Nicole Yarman enjoys the rest of her
11. Jason Boyd is dyeing to be a part
of US First.
12. Katie Perkins and Kristin Long
remember happy moments of their
high school years.
13. Shawn Getchell brainstorms for
his next theme assignment.
1 4. Laurie Hubble helps Marcie Cabral
with the many complicated problems
Vm a $E*4JqR/
Marcie Cabral Christine Campbell
Ken Campbell William Campbel
Kara Chase Jaclyn Ciprian
Angela lartrate Todd Jakubec
b , N
Mrs. Hogg's kindergar-
ten class includes, bot-
tom, L-R: Erin
Tavares, Jen Martino,
Jen Raleigh, Kara
Chase, Jen Yost and
Mary Edwards. Middle,
L-R: Tyler Morrison,
Jessie English, Jana
Fisher, Rachael Fae,
Jackie Cipriani, Alicia
Milan, Andy Buck and
Jeffrey Ryans. Top, L-
R: Mrs. Sharper, Billy
Campbell , Darryl
Knapp, Dan Hammond,
Pat Hutchinson, Nick
Potter and Rob
Most Likely to Succeed:
Mike Homer and Amy Kirkcaldy
Danielle Boudreau and David Lin
Katie O'Connor and Brian Jones
Katie Armour and Nick Potter
Kenny Collins and Andrea Pittore
Antonio Rea and Jennifer Latham
Most Fun to be with: Katie Berry,
Jack Hennessey, and Kelly Sears.
Eric Rezendes and Kristy Croni
Shaun Sullivan and
Mike Porter and Noel Radwanski
Most School Spirit
Mike Kulibaba and
Best Smile: Eddie Costa, Katlyn
Chaves and Brett Schwenzfeier
Lisa Puccini and Gabe Simpso
IHeather Pelland and Austin Glass
Jest Friends: Tammy
)inney and Becky Mann
Lee Churchill and Brian Fahey
Mark Livie and Sarah Wass
Brian Jones and Tim Rogers
Eric Rezendes and Jen Rezendes
Kim MacLeod and John Reed
1. Darren Kuykendall returns the kickoff.
2. Captains Brian Ronayne, Mark Colombo, Chris Mickiewicz, and Ken
Barnard await the coin toss.
3. Performing at half-time is Nicole Kelso.
4. Unable to get a first down, Ken Lomba punts the ball.
5. Ken Collins enjoys well-earned refreshment during a time out.
6. Ken Barnard returns the punt early in the game.
7. Nicole Coyman waits for the cutoff from the drum major.
8. After the game, Coach Buron congratulates the team on their outstand-
9. Tim Pauline is tackled by a Brockton defender.
10. "Touchdown!!!" yells a jubliant Russ Tatro.
11. Austin Glass concentrates on the music at the half-time.
On December 10, the Superbowl
at BU's Nickerson Field did not turn
out the way the Trojans had hoped it
would. The team fell behind early in
the first quarter, but the Trojans ral-
lied to within one point by back to
back touchdowns by Doug Bessette
and Ken Barnard, making the score
14-13. Before the end of the second
quarter a Boxer touchdown brought
the score to 20 - 13.
The Trojans scored once more in
the second half, set up by a 52 yard
run by Tim Pauline. Doug Bessette
finished off the drive with a two yard
touchdown run, but the Boxer's
proved to be a tough opponent gain-
ing twelve more points. The final
score was 32 - 20.
The B-R team fought hard through-
out, never gave up in the valiant bid
to topple the Brockton Boxers, and
gave the fans a great game.
12. Carrie Pritchard is "Seizing the Day"
with her flag routine.
13. Becky Briggs stands at attention
before her performance.
14. Ryan Kelly defends Trojan territory.
15. Mark Nixon pitches the pigskin to a
16. On the sideline, trainer Pete Smith
fixes Abe Bascon's knee brace.
17. Despite valiant effort, Doug Bessette
is brought down by two Boxers.
18. Brian Ronayne jumps to deflect a
1 9. An Ml AA official presents the runner-
up trophy to Coach Buron and the Trojan
1. Lindsey Thomson and Jenn Burnham light up the dance floor.
2. Denise Barry and Jen Doerr capture a Kodak moment on film.
3. Tammy Dunham moves her way down the dance floor.
4. Surrounded by beauties Darryl Brophy swings to the music.
5. Even in heels Miss Peronne lacks the height of Tim J. Kelly.
6. Nicole Hopey, Tammy Spinney, and Becky Mann smile for one last
picture before they leave.
7. Laura Clement and Darrin Kuykendall pose for the camera before
beginning a dance.
8. Ashley McKenna and her date dance the night away.
9. Jason Preuss and Jessica Yarman share in the excitement of the prom.
10. Filled with excitement, Michelle LeClerc and Danielle Boudreau await
the announcement of Prom King and Queen.
The Junior Prom was held at
Lantana's in Randolph on May 10,
1996. The ballroom was decorated
to reflect the theme, "A Night Under
the Stars. "The evening began with
formal pictures, followed by dinner
and dancing. After dinner the Grand
March took place in order to select
Prom King and Queen. This year
Mike Porter and Kristen Long cap-
tured the titles. "Wish You
Were Here" and "Almost Paradise"
played as the night came to a close.
This memorable night will forever
remain in our hearts.
11. Before heading to their limo, Pat
Monahan, Denise Barry, Dennis
Magnifico, Noel Radwanski, Becky
Dower and Ken Barnard pose for a final
12. Adam Bossi shows off his dancing
13. Jason Boyd and Katie Armour pre-
pare for the prom.
1 4. Kristen Long and Mike Porter are the
proud Prom King and Queen.
15. Jen Raleigh and Adam Silva enter
16. Karen Goodwin and her date step
outside to have their picture taken.
1 7. A decorative display of the theme "A
Night Under the Stars."
18. "Mr. Cool" Marc Columbo charms
Lee Churchill and Renee Silvia as Alex
Kamp looks on.
1 9. Good friends Erin Rucker and Tony
Rea take a break after dancing.
20. Participating in the Promenade
Jamie Nowlin and Pat Donnelly make
their grand entrance.
1. Band members entertain the crowd.
2. Seniors Danielle Stella, Michelle LeClerc, Bev McGoodwin, Kara
Holloway, and Lindsey Forman capture the excitement of the rally.
3. Cheerleaders along with the football team get the crowd moving.
4. Microphone in hand, football coach Dan Buron urges the crowd to
cheer for B-R.
5. The class of '97 shows off the B-R signs.
6. Mr. Mclntyre congratulates each team on their outstanding season.
7. With their football signs in hand, seniors show their winning spirit.
8.As Channel 5 tapes, co- captain Ken Barnard thanks the crowd for their
9. Eric Green, Mark Nixon and Eric Rezendes send Karla Morast to new
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The Pep Rally is an event all classes
look forward to each year. It is a time
when B-R students and faculty show
their school spirit. Students make
banners and paint their faces . Fac-
ulty members wear the B-R colors of
red and white. Channel 5 filmed and
broadcast this year's rally, bringing
added excitement to the crowd.
This year Mr. Scarano and Mrs.
Ames were voted Mr. and Mrs. Re-
gional. As the crowd cheered, the
football team, the cheerleaders, and
band gave great performances.
Everyone's enthusiasm helped the
team defeat the Taunton Tigers.
10. The Color Guard practices their rou-
1 1 . Chris Mickiewicz asks Charlene Papp
what to do next in their routine.
12. Julie Watson plays her xylophone.
13. B-R's mascot Mike Kulibaba shows
his Trojan pride!
14. Seniors cheer for their team and
1 5. Marc Colombo stares in awe as Jen
Latham executes a teddy.
16. Monica McNally adjusts Mr.
Regional's (Mr. Scarano) decorations.
17. The B-R cheerleaders show they
are number one!
18. Ms. Kelly and Ms. Fisher congratu-
late Mrs. Ames on winning the Mrs.
19. Band members Andrew Leahy and
Derek Raynard play "The Horse."
1. Ms. Perrone busily serves refreshments to students.
2. Bev McGoodwin and Doug Huddy make their way to the royal court.
3. Laura Clement and Eric Rezendes smile proudly after being chosen for
the Mr. & Miss Regional Court.
4. Mr. & Miss Regional contestants gather on the stage.
5. Brian Fahey, Shannon Lee, Becky Cruckshank, and Brian McClay show
that "Friends are always there."
6. Katie Berry admires Shaun Sullivan and Monica McNally
7. Ms. Perrone and Jen Schleicher roll out the royal carpet.
8. Ed Costa escorts Jen Latham to the Mr. and Miss Regional court.
9. Eric Rich and Lee Churchill sway to the beat of the music.
1 0. Eric Lindsey and Mike Nevens await the announcement of Mr. and Miss
The Semi-Formal is an annual event in
which all classes participate. Each year
Mr. and Miss Regional are selected from
the entire senior class. Antonio Rea and
Katie Armour were chosen for the honor
Students danced the Macarena and the
Electric Slide. The DJ played well
known disco tunes like "YMCA" and
"Staying Alive," as well as standard rock
like Eric Clapton's "Wonderful Tonight."
It was a night our feet will never forget.
11. Morgan Taylor, Jackie Cipriani, Den-
nis Magnifico, Christine Campbell and
Melissa Owens show off their ability to
12. Christos Kapoutsos and Amy Freed-
man take a closer look.
13. Kate Laughlin , Rob Walker and
Michelle Bates gather for a picture.
14. Lindy Ciliberto and her date share a
1 5. Mr. Buron crowns Katie Armour Miss
16. Jen Candito and Laurie Atkins enjoy
a sing a long.
17. Julie Dembro and Jeff Ryan make a
18. Girls just want to have fun.
19. Katja Schuley and Steve Derocher
take a break from dancing.
20. Diana White, Aja Rieger, Tiffany
Matthews and Crystal Pittsley start a
1. Nerds Matt Colozzi and Shaun Getchell arrive at the party.
2. The Easter Bunny, Kristen McGillis, comes early with her friends Jen
Killea and Lynn Fealy.
3. Erin Rucker, Michelle LeClerc, and Kara Holloway show their animal
4. The dynamic duo, Kristy Cronin and Jess Yarman, prepare to find the
5. Jen Shirley shows her Western side.
6. Angel Jen Doerr and Sunflower Loren Millard bring happiness wherever
7. Flappers Monica McNally and Meaghn Clifford show off their twenties
8. Tara Lucchetti, Kristen Long and Katie Perkins are three of a kind.
9. Lindsay Forman, Bev McGoodwin and Meagan Lewicki make a fruity
This year's Senior Party was held
on Friday March 1 4, 1 997. There
were many interesting costumes
ranging from Darth Vader to the
cross dressing hula girls. Pro-
vided at the dance were refresh-
ments and munchies. Winners of
the best costumes were Eric
Rezendes and Brett
Schwenzfeier. They received
free Senior Prom tickets. Every-
one enjoyed one of the final se-
nior events before graduation.
10. Heather Whitman shows off her
date Ace Ventura.
11. Ken Campbell displays his retro
12. Merlin, Richard Rodgers, casts
his spell over the Senior Party.
1 3. Amit Malik, the Karate Kid, chops
his way across the dance floor.
14. Ants, Shannon Sullivan, Amy
Kirkcaldy, and Andrea Souto, find
their picnic table, Elena DeChaves.
15. Janelle Comita and David Lin
camoflage their love.
16. Darth Vader shows his force.
17. "Aloha!" yell the hula girls
Chrtistine Campbell, Eric Rezendes,
Melissa Owens, and Brett
18. Becky Dower shows her devilish
19. Senior Party chaperons enjoy
1 . Reporting for the school newspaper,
Jenn Stack interviews Mr. Bowens.
2. Katherine Moore, Shauna Lane, Sa-
rah Hooper, Nicole Conlan, Jen Hayes,
Rachel Goldberg and Eva Pucillo dis-
cuss their day with Mrs. Winsor.
3. Rebecca Staaf reheases for Li'l
4. At the Semi, Diane White, Jen Ellis,
and Verna Frost dance the night away.
At B-R, freshmen, sophomores and juniors
benefit from their contact with seniors.
These shared experiences help under-
classmen mature and prepare them to as-
sume leadership in the future.
5. Katie O'Brien casts her spell on Sarah
6. Becca Linhorst and Becky Briggs prac-
tice for their roles in Aladdin.
7. Ken Lomba works out an equation on the
8. Matt Santos, Tara Bradshaw, Sara
Bissonette and Kelly McLoughlin display
9. Underclassmen sign up for their ski trips.
1 0. Jeff Sabine concentrates on his English
1 1 . Nicole Conlon freshens up on her En-
12. Jill Emory and Erin Moura show their
wild side in class.
1 3. Mr. Phaneuf assists Matt Sarcione with
14. Friends Rita Marcinkiwicz and Joanna
Paiva share in the fun of a good joke.
Shannon Jackson, Julie Lally and Shawna Lane
are so happy to be in Earth Science.
Emily German concentrates on synonyms and
antonyms in Mr. Cuniff's English class. F
Joanna Conroy and Jessica Pawlowski listen intently as
Mrs. Fisher explains the geometry problem.
Mary An .
Rob Chambers uses a calculator to check his math
As Darnell Kuykendall looks on, Cheryl Cote and
Jay LeClerc review their vocabulary homework.
Ed Casabian and Tara Bradshaw study the stars in
Kathryn Bolotin fails to tempt Kristin Lozzi to try her
Liz Killea receives help from her biology teacher
Louisa Plouffe and Kerry Chapell help each other
with geometry homework.
Matt Macomber and Matt Sarcione take a break
during study hall.
Preparing for her next class, Jen Mallet reviews
Mary Ellen Anderson really en-
joys her math class.
lephanie Shawndaleka Catherine
l/illiams Wing Wise
Meghan O'Brien, Melissa Hetherington and Katie
O'Brien discuss their English assignment.
Melissa Cuellar, Joanna Paiva and Rene Grenier
enjoy a laugh in the lunchroom.
Lindy Ciliberto and Allison Asacker study the
proper procedures for using a bunsen burner.
Enjoying a break together, Michelle Dempsey, Artie
Sharpe and Athan Mantalos relax during lunch. j
Tim Pauline and Sean Lennon anxiously await
Melissa Weatherby and Dave Fortune study
intensely before their test.
Flowers in hand, Jen Waterman and Christine Lavin Jen Candito and Lori Atkins share Mark Nixon heads for the fini
prepare to perform Our Town. a moment at the Semi. as Kevin Pacheco follows behi
1. Sarah Kowalewski and Desiree Castro take a break from
2. Cheerleaders Stephanie Casey and Megan O'Brien smile
3. Janel McGrath works on her English project.
4. Students survey the merchandise in the school store.
5. Jessica Julius listens enthusiastically to her math teacher.
6. Jason Long and Tim Lawton enjoy fishing in Dogpatch.
7. Julie Bacon and Mary Reardon cool off at Disney World,
8. Katie Simmons reads her homework answer to the class.
9. Adam McGovern mans the desk for a busy Mrs. Chadwick.
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1. With power and grace. Doug Bessette
flies by his opponent.
2. Jen Schleicher expertly eyes the basket.
3. During a field hockey game. Meaghan
Clifford races her opponent to the ball.
4. Girls' Cross Country members celebrate
their win with a mud slide.
5. Amy Kirkcaldy uses her forearm tech-
nique to send the ball over the net.
6. The B-R defensive line crushes B.C.
Highs attempt to win the game.
Teamwork, along with ambition,
made BR sports great. Our teams
not only exhibit excellence, but also
present a positive competitive atti-
tude. In both individual efforts and
group performances, our teams
share in experiences they will never
7. Lengthening his stride, Ryan Kerrigan
passes his opponent.
8. Danielle Boudreau demonstrates a
Fosberry flop over the high bar.
9. Danielle Brown guides the softball into
10. Amit Malik skillfully returns the serve.
11. Chris Mickiewicz glides effortlessly
across the ice.
12. Adam King positions himself to send
the ball to the opposite goal line.
13. Tim Rogers watches the follow through
on his swing.
14. Running down the field, Krissi Foster
gets ready to score a goal.
1. Ray Wilcox runs through a B.C. High blocker.
2. Damn Kuykendall watches intently as Tim Pauline intercepts the ball and
forces out the Plymouth South defender.
3. Defensive tackle Josh Poh moves past the BC blocker to pressure their
4. Quarterback Mark Nixon hands off the ball.
5. Damn Kuykendall recovers after tackling the Barnstable runner as Josh
Poh and Marc Columbo pursue the play.
6. Tim Pauline takes the pitch and turns the comer.
7. Chris Mickiewicz and Marc Columbo arrive on the scene after a tackle
made by Doug Bessette.
8. Ken Barnard. Mike Morley and Ken Collins attempt to block the punt.
9. Superman Doug Bessette makes a mighty cut to avoid tacklers.
10. Tailback Ken Barnard makes
a cut as he follows the blocks of
Darrin Kuykendall and Russ
1 1 . Tim Pauline carries the ball as
Sean Lennon blocks for him.
12. Gabe Simpson pursues the
13. Marc Columbo and Brian
Ronayne look strong as they
charge down the field.
14. Team picture.
15. Russ Tatro and Ryan Kelly
confer about game strategies.
This year the Trojans set out to become OCL champions. With
many months of hard work, they achieved their goal. Under the
guidance of head coach Dan Buron, the team dominated each of
their league games, after a disappointing loss to Mansfield. Cap-
tains Ken Barnard, Chris Mickiewicz, Marc Columbo and Brian
Ronayne led their team to victory and entry into the Division 1 A
Super Bowl. The team united into an unstoppable force. Each
player put forth his best effort and shared in a triumphant season.
Team Picture: Row 1 : Captains C. Mickiewicz, B. Ronayne, M. Columbo,
K. Barnard. Row 2: T. Pauline, D. Kuykendall, E. Rezendes, R. Tatro, R.
Kelly, E. Green, G. Simpson, K. Collins. Row 3: B. Botelho, J. Korske, G.
Wasik, A. Bascomb, M. Nixon, P. Cifuni, M. Morley, J. Poh, R, Wilcox.
Row 4: J. Preuss, J. Micozzi, J. Katz, J. Rawlins, S. Johnson, S. Woodruff,
J. Cuccinatto, K. Lomba, D. Bessette, A. Asasorian, M. Folkers. Row 5:
Coach Buron, M. Whitman, A. Gramarzio, T. Andrews, B. McKenna, T.
Lawton, T. Pigeon, D. Lacerda.
1 . Beverly McGoodwin watches the ball fly after taking a drive.
2. Nicole Doherty shows determiniation while doing a flick.
3. Melanie Correia tactfully passes the ball out to the wing.
4. Focusing on the play Becky Cruckshank tries to switch fields.
5. TEAM: Michelle LeClair, Meaghan Clifford, Kara Holloway, Danielle Stella,
Darlene Jusseume, Lora Marden, Beverly McGoodwin, Mellissa Wetherby,
Nicole Doherty, Coach Casabian, Tracy Hains, Megan Gilrein, Melanie Correia,
Allyson Litos, Lauren Maltby, Erica Smith, Becky Cruckshank, Natasha Tavares,
Elaine Sullivan, Amy Oman, Coach Flaherty
6. Erica Smith sprints to help out a teamate.
7. Driving the ball toward the goal, Kara Holloway rushes the shot.
8. Natasha Tavares practices her penalty shot on goal.
9. Coach Casabian and Coach Flaherty give their team words of wisdom ,
"T.E.A.M.: Together Everyone Achieves More!"
The Bridgewater Raynham Girls' Field Hockey team had very few
returning varsity players this season. As a young and inexperienced team
they had their work cut out for them. Meaghan Clifford acted as a team
leader and served as a strong offensive player. Working well together in
the forward line were Kara Holloway, Erica Smith, Becky Cruckshank,
Beverly McGoodwin and Danielle Stella, who assisted many of Nicole
Doherty's and Melanie Correia's goals. A strong defense provided by
Natasha Tavares.Lora Marden, Allyson Litos, and Mellissa Wetherby
was backed up by Elaine Sullivan the goal tender. With a great amount
of teamwork and determination the Lady Trojans pulled together and
ended the seaseon with a 6-5- 7 record and many great friendships.
10. Nicole Doherty stares with utter concentration at the game.
1 1 . During a time out Mellissa Wetherby quenches her thirst.
12. Lauren Maltby chases the ball after a clear out of the goal.
13. Taking a free hit Lora Marden shows her strength.
14. Allyson Litos dashes to the ball to be a supportive defender.
15. Meaghan Clifford shows her skill by stopping a drive toward the goalie
1. Dan Hammond prevents his opponent from passing the ball.
2. Murray Donaldson practices his lay ups.
3. Dan Hammond dribbles towards the basket.
4. Kyle Quimby shoots for three points
5. Team picture: Sitting: co captains B. Jones, A Rea. Kneeling: M.
Donaldson, D.Hammond, M. Colombo, R. Kelly, J. Lomba, S. Sullivan.
Standing: Coach Larry Fisher, K. Pacheco, D. Pondexter, K. Quimby,
K. Quimby, M. Johnson, K. Lomba, J. Noblin.
6. Shaun Sullivan is hot tonight!
7. While double teamed by his opponents, Marc Colombo tries to take
possession of the ball.
8. Kevin Pacheco's shot is blocked.
9. Ken Lomba for two!
10. Brian Jones keeps his op-
11. Coach Larry Fisher plans
his next strategy.
12. Marc Colombo exclaims,
"Hey, ref, they're all over me!"
1 3. Antonio Rea fakes out#45,
and it's two more for B-R.
14. Rebounds! Rebounds!
15. Guarding his opponent,
Antonio Rea prevents him
from getting a pass off.
The Boys' Basketball team enjoyed another spectacular season.
The team placed second in the OCL and foinished season and post
season play with a 18-5 record Their only formidable opponent
was Taunton; the team lost to them twice during the regular season
and once again during the semi-finals of the South Sectionals.
Teamwork led to success for B-R, with lots of solid three point
Antonio Rea and Marc Colombo were especially good in the inside
under the basket. Shaun Sullivan and Brian Jones excelled at
three point shooting. Dan Hammond, Brian Jones and Joe Lomba
did a fine job of bringing the ball down the court. There was great
depth on the bench. Kyle and Keith Quimby, Kevin Pacheco,
Johnny Noblin and Ryan Kelly helped B-R to a winning season.
This depth is a great asset. With the entire starting team graduat-
ing, it is good to know there are some solid players ready to assure
B-R of winning season next year.
1. Evading her opponent. Katie O'Conner passes the ball.
2. As April Morin looks on. Jen Schleicher and Jessica Tracy look to
tie up the ball.
3. April Morin passes to shoot.
4. Sarah Peabody takes a baseline jump shot.
5. The team picture: Sitting: captains J. Schleicher. K. O Conner. E..
Noyes. Kneeling: S. Peabody. L. Pinkerton. K. Driscoll. A. Morin. L.
Cyr. S. Sullivan. Standing: Coach Cunniff. K. Maddock. A. Lansing.
J. Tracy. A. Lamson. Coach Pimental.
6. Preparing to steal the ball. Katie O'Conner anticipates her
opponent s moves.
7. About to strip the ball away. Erin Noyes plans to score two points.
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8. Katlyn Driscoll. Kelly Maddock.
and Jen Schleicher cheer on the
9. Lori Cyr drives by her opponent
for a layup.
10. Making her move Erin Noyes
dribbles past her New Bedford de-
11. An injured Shannon Sullivan
eagerly watches the game.
12. Coach Cunniff yells
encouragment to his players.
13. Erin Noyes pulls up for a jump
shot in the paint.
14. Jess Tracy looks to pass for a
1 5. Jen Schleicher shoots over her
opponent for two points.
The Girls Basketball team had a tremendous season. With
most of last year's starting team graduating, many thought
this year would be a building year. Few thought the team
would qualify for the state tournament. Instead the Lady
Trojans compiled an impressive 20-3 record in season and
post season play. They tied with Falmouth for first place in
the OCL, and they beat Falmouth in the semifinals of the state
tournament, losing to Braintree in the South Sectional Finals
Starters for B-R were April Morin, Jess Tracy, captain Katie
O'Conner, Jenn Schleicher and Erin Noyes. Other key
contributors were Shannon Sullivan, Kelly Maddock, Katelyn
Driscoll, Leslie Pinkerton, Sarah Peabody and Lori Cyr. A
tremendous effort was given by each member of the team.
This young, talented team coached by Mr. Cunniff looks
forward to another winning season next year!
The 1996 Bridgewater-Raynham Boys' soccer team had a successful year,
finishing second in the Old Colony League with a record of 1 3-2-1 . The Trojans
qualified for the state tournament with an overall record of 1 3-3-2. Tri-captains
Ed Costa. Dan Hammond and Brian Jones provided leadership throughout the
season. Hammond and Jones finished at the top of the OCL in scoring. The
midfield was strong with Kevin Pacheco and Adam McGovern leading the way.
Brad Pilling and Mike Johnson played solid defense. Goalie Adam King
established himself as one the best goalies in the OCL. The Trojans featured
a high scoring offense and a potent defense. With an experienced team
returning next year, the Trojans should have a chance to go all the way.
Dembro. missing-Dan Hammond
1. After a great save. Adam
tucks the ball away.
2. Ed Costa dribbles by the opposi-
3. Being pushed. Dan Hammond
steals the ball.
4. Kevin Pacheco sets himself up
for a shot.
5. Team Picture
6. Dan Hammond heads the ball
into the net for a goal.
7. With his tremendous speed.
Brian Jones blows by the defender.
8. The Trojans celebrate after a
Girls 1 Soccer
Fostering team unity with pregame pasta parties, the Girls' Soccer Team
surmounted devastating injuries. The team achieved a winning record and
placed third in the OCL, qualifying for the State Tournament. The Lady Trojans
lost 1-0 game to Marshfield in the quarterfinals. The team's success lay in its
strong defense. Sweeper Shannon Sullivan, defender Jess Tracy and stopper
Lee Churchill headed the best defense in the OCL. Lee Churchill won the
Taunton Gazette and Brockton Enterprise All-Scholastic. The offense was
headed by leading scorers Jen Schleicher and Lindsey Thomson, both of whom
won Taunton Gazette All Scholastic awards. With six starters returning, the
team's future is promising.
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Sitting: K. Maddock, S. Sulivan, L. Thomson (capt.), K. O'Conner (capt.), L. Churchill(capt.),
K. Foster, C.Condon. Kneeling: J. Jones, E. Ohrenberger, J. Phaneuf, A. Machado, E.
Noyes, J. Schleicher, T. Bradshaw, S. McClellan, J.Tracy. Standing: Coach John Heslin, A.
Fisher, A. Lamson, R. Carter, A. Morin, J. Hayes, L. Best, A. Broadbent.
I.Lee Churchill heads the ball out
of B-R's area.
2. Jess Tracy prepares to throw the
ball into play.
3.As her opponent struggles to
maintain control, Krissi Foster
steals the ball.
4. Positioning herself to cross the
ball, Lindsey Thomson dribbles
down the field.
5.Jen Schleicher maneuvers her-
self in front of her opponent to trap
7. Katie O'Conner anticipates her
8. Kelly Maddock nudges the ball
towards a teammate who will shoot
for the goal.
Boys' Cross Country
The Boys Cross Country team found itself on a wild roller coaster of a
season. The team defeated some tough opponents, but lost to some
teams they should have beaten. They finished the year with a 7-4 record.
placing third in the OCL. In the Old Colony League Meet the Trojans
finished fifth overall. Jim Emord. Ryan Kerrigan and Shaun Sullivan
contributed greatly to the team's success. This young team shows great
potential for next year.
1 . Jim Delgado strides to the top of the hill.
2. Jim Emord paces himself on the uphill.
3. Reaching the peak of the hill. Chip Clement prepares for the home stretch.
4. Jack Walsh lengthens his stride
on the downhill course.
5. Team Picture: Kneeling: J.
Ronan, S. Sullivan icapt.i, R.
Kerrigan icapt.). J. Emord. R.
Prince. M. Krikorian. J. Nathan. J.
Delgado. A. Sesin. Standing: R.
Moran. J. Orosz. J. Walsh. D.
Erbeck. B. Harman. E. Curry. N.
Yafrate. M. Bollotin. T. Holmes. R.
DiBenedetto. J. Burshanski. T.
Kelson. C. Clement, T. Chapime.
6. With his opponent breathing
down his neck. Jason Ronan
picks up the pace.
7. Rob DiBenedetto confidently
heads for the finish line.
8. Taking an early lead the B-R
Trojans defeat North Quincy.
Girls' Cross Country
Under Coach Paul Urban, Jr., the Girls' Cross Country team completed
one of its best seasons in years, finishing with a 4-4 record. The team was
anchored by its experienced upper classmen, Denise Barry, Megan
Donovan, Brie Wentworth and Laura Clement and up and coming
underclassmen Cheryl Cote and Laura Karns. The team fostered team
spirit. A supportive atmosphere encouraged runners to do their best, and
led to the team winning the Old Colony Team Spirit award. The team also
finished second in the OCL team meet. This young, enthusiastic team
exceeded all expectations with their speed and determination. They
should do well next year.
Row 1 : Captains: B. Wentworth, L. Clement, D. Barry. Row 2: K. Perry, L. Karns, J. Courcy,
E. Pucillo, M. Taylor, C. Cote, C. Doody, T. Dunham, E. German. Row 3. K. Anderson, B.
Dunn, E. Guasconi, G. Palumbo, L. Nathan, R. Grenier, S. Ronthem, C. Silva, M. Donovan,
1. Tammy Dunham outpaces her
opponent at the BSC course.
2. Leigh Nathan, Morgan Taylor
and Meagan Donovan keep score
at the first home meet.
3. Brie Wentworth crosses the fin-
4. Laura Clement finishes strong
5. Halfway through the course,
Bonnie Dunn looks strong.
6. Team Picture.
7. At the head of the pack, Cheryl
Cote, Brie Wentworth, Laura
Clement and Laura Karns lead for
8. Renee Grenier and Kim Ander-
son add depth to the team.
Boys 1 Winter Track
The Boys' Winter track team had another successful sea-
son, posting an impressive 6-1 record. Although the team
ran well, they just barely lost the OCL title to longtime rival
Falmouth. Captains David Lin, Russ Tatro and Darrin
Kuykendall aggressively led their team to their best record in
B-R history. The team enjoys great depth, and the under-
classmen are a source of great talent. The future of the team
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5 Sitting: Captains D. Lin, R. Tatro, D. Kuykendall. Kneeling: J. Orosz, J. Emord, R.
Prince, D. Coyne, J. Delgado, B.Costa, T, Gramarzio, T. Andrews, D. Lacerda, J. Katz.
Standing: E, Mulhollen, B. Dupuis, J. Smith, R. Finucci, K. Hendershot, T. Resmini, S.
Hagerty, D. Zakrewski, T. Ciappini, D. Paul, S. Peters, S. Kimball, S. Moyer, R. Maffeo, J.
Walsh, M. Kaplin, J. Linden, C. Clement, D. Bessette, D. Kuykendall, R. Kerrigan, S.
Lennon, S. Francoeur.
1. After clearing the final hurdle,
David Lacerda races for the finish
2. Tony Gramazio follows through
on his shot put throw.
3. Running strong in the two mile,
Jim Emord races by Weymouth.
4. Concentrating hard, Rob
finucci clears the opening height.
5. The Boys' winter track team.
6. As usual, Darrin Kuykendall
wins the 300 yard run with ease.
7. Out in front, Ryan Kerrigan fin-
ishes the mile run.
8. Doug Bessette, Sean Lennon
and Lee Churchill flash a smile
while preparing for their events.
Girls' Winter Track
The Girls' winter track team had great success this season
under new coach Bill Zarrella and tri captains Denise Barry,
Laura Clement and Brie Wentworth. The team finished the
season in third place with a record of 5-2. The team had
amazing depth this season, sending fourteen runners to the
State Class Meet. Underclassmen once again provided
winning combinations for the team. They are sure to run to
victory in the future.
Sitting: S. Bradford, A. Wright, L. Ciliberto, J. Courcy, C. Silva, C. Perry. Kneeling: J.
Julius, K. Copp, L. Courcy, S. Rothman, L. Karns, K. Beals, C. Cote, J. Waterman, C Smith,
A. Estes. Standing: S. Bissonnette, L. Doris, M. Mackiewicz, T. Slattery, A. Battistini, K.
Halon, M. Sharp, L. Best, A. Petrucci, J. Hayes, S. Morley, R. Carr, Coach Bill Zarrella.
1 . Lee Churchill strides to another
first place finish.
2. Breaking away from the crowd,
Meghan Donovan gives it her all.
3. Janelle Comita completes the
last hurdle of her race.
4. In the last leg of the race, Kim
Anderson gives full concentration
to pulling ahead.
5. Striding powerfully, Jen Hayes
takes the lead.
6. The team poses for a picture
7. Sarah McLellan prepares to
break away in an intense race.
8. Taking a huge lead, Lori Doris
wins the race.
The Boys'Tennis Team completed its best season in B-R history. The team was
undefeated in league competition, posting a 15-0 record. They were OCL
champs and the number one seed in the Division 1 South MIA State Tournament.
For the first time, the team advanced to the final round of the State Tournament,
losing only to Newton South. Coach George Pimental was voted the Massachu-
setts Division 1 Tennis Coach of the Year.
The nucleus of the team remains, and the team expects to challenge once again
for the league championship. Returning players who are expected to play key
roles in the team's success include Mike Homer, Ryan Casey, John Noblin, Mike
Rich, Amit Malik, Todd Jakubec, David Ozug and David Lee.
Kneeling: K. Mahoney, M. Rich. M. Giovanoni, J. Noblin, J. Ronan. Standing:
Coach Pimental, R. Casey, M. Homer, C. Stevenson, D. Anderson, M. Giovanoni,
R. Nickerson, A. Malik, E. Lee.
1 . Ryan Casey prepares to rip a
2. With great concentration Mike
Homer drills a forehand down the
3. Amit Malik demonstrates a crisp
4. Mark Giovanoni lunges for a
5. Team Picture.
6. Rocketback John Noblin hits a
cross court backhand winner with
7. Eric Lee shows off his textbook
backhand follow through.
8. Mike Rich slams the ball cross
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The B-R Girl's Tennis Team, lead by Coach Andrea Georgian, qualified
for the state tournament with an 8 and 8 record. Lead by senior Nicole
Bedard and junior Amy Kirkcaldy, the team performed better than they
were expected to. Erin Noyes, Ani Ajemian, Nicole Robbins, Noel
Radwanski, and Tamsin Zambone also performed well for the Trojans.
Only losing two players, the Trojans should be in the hunt for the 1997
1. Beth Ann Giovanoni returns a
volley with style.
2. Ashley Wright swings with great
3. Kara Moran shows determina-
tion to score.
4. Erin Noyes hustles to the net for
5. Ani Ajemian carefully watches
the ball fly over the net.
6. Team Picture: Standing K.
Moran, E. Noyes, A. Lampson, A.
Andreucci , N. Radwanski, N.
Porto, A. Wright, N. Robbins,
Coach A. Georgian. Kneeling: A.
Ajemian, M. Ranney T. Zimbone,
B. Giovanoni, C. Pelletier, C.
Smith. Sitting: N. Bedard, A.
7. Coach Georgian offers con-
structive criticism to her team.
8. Amy Kirkcaldy concentrates on
returning an underhand volley.
The B-R Trojan Baseball team finished the season with a 7-3
record, placing second in the OCL. The team qualified for the
State Tournament, advancing to the semi-finals, where the Tro-
jans lost to Walpole 6-4. Contributing to the success of the team
were Derek Lennon, Shaun Sullivan, Brian Ronayne and Ken
Barnard. The team looks forward to another eventful season. This
year the team plans to dominate its nemesis New Bedford in their
annual double header.
1. Coach Holmes and Shaun
Sullivan watch as a pitcher warms
2. Safe at second!
3. Brian Ronayne positions him-
self for the play at first.
4. Eddie Kelliher delivers his
5. Left to right, top: Scott Silva, Tim
Kelly, Shaun Sullivan, Ken
Barnard. Lower: Jeff Samuels,
Damon Albon, Sean Lennon,
Brian Ronayne, Adam King.
6. Shaun Sullivan makes the play
7. Ken Barnard waits for the pitch.
8. Ian Burnham scores on a single
by Brian Ronayne.
The Lady Trojans enjoyed a successful season. They finished
second in the OCL and made it to the second round of the state
tournament where they lost to their nemesis Taunton 4-0. The season
was highlighted by the Trojans' extra inning win in Falmouth, and heart-
breaking loss to Taunton in the last inning. The team should be sucessful
again this year with seven returning starters including Denise Barry, Katie
O'Connor, Renee Silvia, Jen Phaneuf, and Jessica Tracy.
1. Lindsey Thomson relays the ball to second base.
2. Katie O'Connor watches her throw to first.
3. Danielle Brown waits with an-
ticipation to catch the ball.
4. Renee Silvia turns a double play
5. Krissi Foster laughs after mak-
ing a play.
6. 1st row: Coach C. Savino, A.
Leahy, K. Wentworth, L. Langone,
L. Perkins; 2nd row: K. Foster, K.
Holloway, R. Silvia, L. Thomson,
D. Brown, A. Machado, L.
Pinkerton; 3rd row: S. Sullivan, K.
O'Connor, D. Barry, J. Tracy, J.
Phaneuf, R. Carter.
7. Katie O'Connor, Renee Silvia,
and Leslie Pinkerton wait to high-
five Jen Phaneuf.
8. Jessica Tracy positions herself
to field the ball.
Boys 1 Spring Track
The Boys' Spring Track team completed its first undefeated season in B-
R history. The team won the OCL championship and placed first in the
OCL All League Meet. A major highlight of the season was defeating
Weymouth, ending Weymouth's six year undefeated streak. The B-R
4x100 meter relay team set a school record. The team's success was
anchored by the efforts of Ryan Kerrigan, Scott Kimball, Darren
Kuykendall, David Lin, Kevin Pacheco and Russ Tatro. If the team can
again defeat Weymouth, B-R should be a strong contender for the league
Row 1 : J. Emord, A. Hamilton (capt). S. Huddy (capt-), R. Monteagudo. M. Orosz (capt.). J. Seger, C. Clement . M. Roman.
Row 2: B. Day. J. DelGado. R. Kerrigan, D. Lin, M. Nixon. T.Pauline. M. Amine. T.Holmes. T Resmini Row 3: T. Cioppini
S. Kimball. J. Gaudette. S. Slater, D. Coyne. D. Lacerda. D. Kuykendall. K. Pacheco. D. Weigotd, M. Bolotjn . Row 4: B.
Prince. N. Sesson, M. Holmes. J. Laubinger, P. Petulla. T. Gramarzio. D. Smith, S. Hile . Row 5. S. Kimball. F. Furr . J.
Poh. C. Sylvia. R. Tatro. D. Harding. K. Barber. J. Monahan.
1. Shotputter Chris Sylvia begins
2. Mark Nixon. Kevin Pacheco.
Adam Hamilton and Jim Delgado
begin the second lap of the 800.
3. Before the meet. Coach
Kearney offers advice to David
4. Jason Gaudet begins his
windup to throw the javelin.
5. Team picture.
6. Moving through the circle. Russ
Tatro prepares to put the shot.
7. Bursting out of the block. Darren
Kuykendall begins the 400.
8. Ryan Kerrigan and Chip Clem-
ent come off the line in the mile.
The Girls' Spring Track team enjoyed a successful season finishing third in the
OCL with a 5-3 record. The 4x8 relay team comprised of Sarah McLellan,
Meghan Donovan, Elise Ohrenberger and Jen Silva was invited to the All State
meet. The 4 x 1 relay team comprised of Melissa Cuellar, April Wright, Lindy
Ciliberto and Emilia Dahlin helped the team amass enough points to win key
games. Lee Churchill excelled in the two mile; Christine Campbell in the high
jump; Meghan Donovan in the one mile; Sarah McLellan in the 800 meters; April
Wright in the 100 meters; April Morin in Field events and Andrea Gilbody in the
400 meters. The team is experienced and is ready for a strong showing next year.
1. Meghan Donovan leads her oppo-
nent in the mile.
2. Getting ready to pass her opponent,
April Wright sprints to the finish.
3. Danielle Boudreau releases her
4. Elise Ohrenberger shows her spirit
5. Arms tucked in perfect position,
Laura Clement out distances her op-
ponent in the 330 hurdles.
6. Team picture.
7. Christine Campbell clears the bar in
the high jump.
8. Melissa Cuellar stretches out for
more distance in the triple jump.
The B-R golf team had its most successful season in team history.
Led by Senior co-captains Tim Rogers and Greg Stelmach, they finished
second intheO.C. L. with an 1 1-3record. They won theirqualifying round
in the South Sectional to advance to the Eastern Massachusetts finals.
There they placed 5th to finish off a great season. Other key team
members include Ryan Derosier, Mike Rich, Greg Williams, Mark Caron,
Greg Adams, Bobby Jose, and Jason Preuss. The team looks forward
to a successful future with this year's terrific sophomores leading the way.
1 . With a strong shot. R. Derosier
drives the ball down the middle.
2. Greg Williams readies to drive
3. Expertly. Greg Adams chips the
ball onto the green.
4. Smiling. Jason Preuss admires
his approach shot.
5. Team Picture: Standing: Coach
Pimental. G. Stelmach. T.
Rogers. G. Adams, J. Preuss. R.
Derosier. M. Caron. Kneeling: M.
Rich. G. Williams. B. Jose.
6. Mark Caron eyes the putt.
7. A good lie on the fairway awaits
8. Greg Stelmach concentrates
on the flight of the ball.
There were big expectations for the 96-97 Trojans Wrestling Team and
they fulfilled those expectations. Losing only a few seniors from last year
the Trojans finished this year by winning the Old Colony League and
finishing with a 20-4 record. With big wins over Old Colony League rivals
Silver Lake and Weymouth, they were one of the top teams in the state.
There will be even bigger expectations next year for the Trojans with
eleven of the fourteen starters returning next years. This years team saw
great leadership from coaches Mr. Holmes and Jeff Francis, along with
Tri-Captains Eric Lindsey, Alex Kamp, and Gabe Simpson.
Row 1 : B. Ruehrwein, S. Halpin, D. Grenon, A. Folmar, G. Simpson, E. Lindsey, A. Kemp, S. Dorr, A. Silva, D. Healy, A.
Sesin. Row 2: J, Card, K. Hartwell, A. Asadoorian, J. Rawlings, J. Bettencourt, B. Davidson, B. Buiel, L. Klim, R. Martineau,
G. Auger, J. Arranada, M. Whitman, J. Meade, R. Ryan. Row 3: Coach Holmes, J. Francis, J. Treloar, A. weafer, R. Costa,
S. Murdoch, M. Malone, A. Howe, J. Gaudette, D. Gomes, Z. McGovern, J. Abrahamson, S. Hetherington, B. Nixon, B.
Berry, M. Sullivan, C. Blanchard, S. robison, J. Dolan, C. Cote, J. fitzsimmons, M. Casselle.
I.Dana Grenon gets his hand
raised after winning his match.
2. Luke Klim tries to take his oppo-
nent down from the neutral positon.
3.Tri-Captain Alex Kamp spins his
man for an easy two.
4. Andrew Folmar readies himself in
the neutral postition to fight his op-
5. Jeff Costa prepares to lock up
with his opponent in the 152 lbs.
7.Senior Tri-Captain Eric Lindsey
almost pins his opponent with a
8Junior Steve Dorr pins his oppo-
nent with a figure-four headlock.
1997 was a tough building year for the hockey team. The team
finished the season with a 5-12-3 record, but ended the year as
much improved players through hard work and unceasing effort.
Captains Chris Mickiewicz and Joe Crowley lead the team with
their superior leadership. Defensively, goalie Mike Roberson and
Chris Murry kept opponents' scoring to a minimum, while Derek
Bissonette led the offense. Most of the team will be back next year.
With this year's experience behind them the team looks forward to
a great year in 1998.
5 Kneeling: M. Roberson. A. Karahalis. M. Roman. M. Nevins. G. Pickett. C Mickiewicz
(capt.). J. Crowley (capt.). D. Bissonette. E. Lee. N. Jamoulis. S. Camey. Standing: Coach
M. Jones. D. Miceli. D. Chafee. G. Lusky. O. Tiliakis. S. Harding. C. Murray. R. Whitney. M.
Quirk. D. McGovern. S. Warner. J. Brown. Coach D. Geary. Coach M. Harris.
1. In a scoring attempt. Orestes
Tiliakos passes the puck.
2. Chris Murray readies himself at
the face off.
3. Passing his opponent, captain
Chris Mickiewicz moves in on the
4. Derek Bissonette quickly passes
the puck up ice for the break out.
5. The 1 997 B-R Ice Hockey team.
6. Quickly taking a corner. Alex
Karahalis hustles back to his posi-
7. Mike Roberson throws out a re-
bound, as Mike Roman ties up his
opponent at the net.
8. Captain Joe Crowley waits for a
The Girls' Gymnastics team had a very successful season
this year. They won ten of twelve meets and broke the
school record with a 134.25. Adding to the team's success
were Elaine Guasconi, Amy Freedman and Staci Freedman.
These girls will make for an exciting season next year.
Graduating seniors Jen Doerr, Renee Silvia and Kim Gill
contributed greatly to a wonderful season.
Sitting: Captains K. Gill and R. Silvia. Kneeling: J. Doerr, A. Freedman, S.
Freedman, S. Moore, C. Clifford. Standing: T. Lemon, K. Chouinard, J. Ellis, J.
Cipriani (mgr.), S. Cummings, A. Robak, Coach Tim O'Leary.
1 . Amy Freedman concentrates as
she does a back walkover.
2. Showing skill on the balance
beam, Toni Lemon demonstrates a
3. Strength and focus is what Renee
Silvia perfects in her stag side hand-
4. Elaine Guasconi shows her grace
on beam with a scale.
5. Kim Gill never ceases to amaze,
especially with her back tuck.
6. The Girls' Gymnastic team.
7. Underclassmen take a break to
pose for a picture.
8. In midflight Staci Freedman does
an aerial on beam.
1. The FTA distributes carnations to raise
money for their club.
2. The cast of Our Town smiles before their
3. Up and away to the top of the mountain
4.The Color Guard performs their Newsies
half time show.
5Jen Phaneuf and Jason Boyd create their
distinctive tie dye t-shirts for TJ 2 .
6. Erin Farrell serves punch to Mr. Diaz and
Sharing experiences by par-
ticipating in the wide variety of
clubs and activities at B-R, is a
great way to make friends.
7. The band strikes up a tune.
8. After collecting food, the student
council sorts through the canned goods
for the needy.
9. Cheerleaders Katie Tarentino, Jen
Almeida and Nicole Beatrice cheer on
the basketball team.
10. Ted Sargent helps to ready the the
TJ 2 Robot for competition.
1 1 . Angela Robak lifts the weights while
Alyssa Asack spots her.
12. Best friends Abby Serlenga and
Becca Linhorst share a special moment
at the Magic Kingdom.
13. Working on yearbook layouts, Marci
Cabral and Jackie Cipriani choose and
14. Julie Cunningham edits the school
1. Kristen Long, donning her blond wig. por-
trays the cartoon character. Daisy Mae.
2. Earthquake McGoon (Matt Ozug) has
doubts about the government's plans for
3. Jim Kirkcaldy waits for his supperto take the
4. Tara Luchetti and Kathleen Perkins like the
ideas discussed at the town meeting.
5. Artie Sharpe. Laurie Hubble, and Becky
Briggs listen intently to the words spoken by
Marry n Sam.
6. Abner leads the boys in a song about being
7. What about Washington?" ask the
curious residents of Dogpatch.
On May 31 , June 1 and 2, the B-R Music
Department presented Al Capp's LH' Miner. The
story is set in Dogpatch, a cartoonish town in the
boonies. When the government announces to the
citizens that their town is the most unneccessary
town in the whole country, and it plans to test A-
bombs there, the people cheer. That is until they
realize that Sadie Hawkins Day (the day that the
women choose their husbands) will be cancelled.
Only Mammy Yokum and her mysterious
Yokumberry tonic can save their town.
In lead roles were Edward Kelliher, Kristen
Long, Matthew Ozug, Jessica Hamel, Matthew
Orosz, Marc Macrina, Christopher O'Brien and
Kathleen Armour. Added to the cast were teach-
ers, Mr. Daniel Buron, Ms. Melanie Steeves, Mr.
Frank Clasby, Mr. Scott Ferbert, and Ms. Leanne
Gannon.who helped make the show a big sucess
The play was directed by David Goldman,
assisted by Lisa White, Melanie Steeves, and
Andrew Buck. Kelley Moore was the choreogra-
pher Janice Issa assisted with vocals and Pit Band
along with Paul Peterson. The illustrious Jack
Phaneuf designed the sets.
Thanks to the efforts of the cast and crew, the
audience went home with giant smiles.
8. David Goldman, the director, instructs Michelle
Dempsey on how to portray her character,
9. Marry'n Sam (Athan Mantalos) salutes the
founder of Dogpatch, Jubilation T. Compone.
10. Keith Gironda and Robert Dibenedetto pay
respects to Gen. Compone with song and dance.
11. Heading the meeting is Mayor Daniel D.
Dawgmeat ( Andy Buck), who addresses the up-
standing citizens of Dogpatch.
1. As his donkey gallops towards the
basketball hoop, Mr. Pacheco takes a
2. With a look of panic, Krissi Foster
holds on for dear life.
3. During half-time, Ms. Perrone helps
Mr. Buron's son ride on his donkey.
4. Mr. Sarantopoulos questions Mr.
Kearney 's donkey about the game.
5. Ken Collins struggles to mount his
6. Mrs. Holt leads her donkey to the
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Donkeyball returned to B-R in May
of '96. As the crowd packed the bleach-
ers, faculty and students prepared
themselves, adjusting kneepads and
The first game consisted of student
class officers and faculty. The faculty
won, entitling them to enter the finals.
The next game was the Super Jocks
vs. the Mega Jocks. Although the
game was close, the Super Jocks ad-
vanced to the finals.
It was an exciting final game with
mishaps and mayhem. With seconds
to go the Super Jocks secured the win
with Lee Churchill's basket.
Awards were given after the game.
Everyone enjoyed the show.
7. Mr. Buron hurdles his donkey.
8. Mrs. Steeves shows her gratitude
to her trusty steed.
9. Trying to guide her reluctant
mount, Kristy Cronin heads for the
10. Lee Churchill watches her lay-
up go in.
1 1 . Some donkeys don't like bas-
ketball, as Ken Barnard and Mike
Porter soon find out.
1 . Andrew Leahy blasts out a tune
on his trumpet.
2. Drum major Julie Bacon takes
command during half time.
3. In line with the rest of the band,
Evan Watson belts out a song from
4. James Hamel and Jared Lucia
stand firmly at attention.
5. Patrick Hutchinson and Lisa
Poirier wail their saxophones en-
This years marching band production
of Disney's musical "Newsies" was
very popular with the audience be-
cause of its big sound and beautiful
numbers. The students worked very
hard during "Band Camp" in August
and achieved success at NESBA fi-
nals by winning a silver medal. Their
success continued with the popularity
of the Holiday and Winter concerts.
Fans of the band look forward to the
ever popular Pops concert in May.
The band eagerly awaits next year's
shows and the chance to entertain an
enthusiastic audience once again.
6. On the field, the band forms one
of its many challenging patterns.
7. Austin Glass rocks halftime with
8. Cathy Cobbett makes beautiful
music fluting "Santa Fe."
9. Matt Ryan concentrates on the
music for "The World Will Know."
10. Ray Perkins stands tall playing
his brassy tuba.
11. The 96-97 B-R Marching Band.
If you enjoy the sweet sound of
music, the chorus is the organiza-
tion foryou. Under the direction of
Ms. Brayton, this hardworking
group of students loves to enter-
tain. The chorus performs sev-
eral concerts at the high school.
With their enthusiastic perfor-
mances, the group encourages
middle school and elementary
school students to take up sing-
ing. They also lift the spirits of
nursing home residents with their
cheerful holiday concerts.
1. The chorus gathers together for a
2. As they sing "Silver Bells," these
choras members get into the holiday
3. Athan Mantalos pauses for a photo
opportunity before rejoining the chorus.
4. Kristen Long and Katie Perkins stop
for a post performance lunch at the local
5. The chorus tries to fill a senior center
with holiday cheer as they belt out "Let it
The 96-97 B-R color guard
worked to perfect their tech-
niques along with developing a
great show. Audiences were
awed with the remarkable im-
provement of the color guard's
performance in this year's show,
"Newsies". The color guard,
which doubled in size this year,
was led by captains Tricia wood,
Carrie Pritchard, and Becky
Briggs. Always striving to excel,
the color guard hopes for a great
show next year.
I.Nicole Kelso holds a strike sign,
symbolising the theme of this years
2.Kristen Felton and Becky Briggs
show their moves in "The world will
3Jessica Pawlowski is surrounded
by other members of the color
guard during "Newsies".
4.Diana Tatro smiles happily stand-
ing at attention before the pregame.
5The 96-97 B-R Color Guard.
The B-R cheerleaders have worked ex-
tremely hard this year to promote school
spirit and enthusiasm. After losing almost
half the squad from last year, this team
has had to struggle to rebuild. The girls
worked together to come up with a stun-
ning routine that would symbolize "BR
Pride." Cheerleaders not only support the
football and basketball players, but also
support many other sports teams.
Coached by Ms. Fran Morast, they per-
form during half time and at the pep rally.
Football cheerleading captains, Jennifer
Latham, Karla Morast and Kerin Tardiff,
along with seniors Danielle Brown, Katie
Berry, Jennifer Rezendes, and Charlene
Papp have worked hard in their final year
to attend local competitions with a winning
routine. Good luck, girls! This is our year!
1. Team picture: Sitting: Nicole Nihan, Chrissy
Maxwell, Megan O'Brien, Karla Morast (capt.).
Kerin Tardiff (capt.) Kneeling: Jen Rezendes,
April Silva, Katie Berry, Katie O'Brien, Alicia
Moore. Standing: Tara Olivera, Stephanie
Casey, Danielle Brown, Jen Latham (capt.),
Katie Tarentino, Amanda Curry, Nicole
Beatrice and Melissa Whitty.
2. With the help of some football players, Jen
Latham soars into the sky.
3. The cheerleaders put on a great show at the
4. Nicole Beatrice, Stephanie Casey, And
Katie Tarentino hold Melissa Whitty in a heel
5. Captains Jen Latham, Karla Morast and
Kerin Tardiff take a break during the football
If you're interested in theater, either
because you want to be on stage or
you want to work behind the scenes,
the drama class may be what you are
looking for. In addition to staging its
own outstanding production of Our
Town, the class also attended perfor-
mances at the Huntington Theater in
1. The cast of Our Town gathers
around director Kristen Long.
2. Tara Lucchetti and Mark Pero play
Mrs. Gibb and Dr. Gibb.
3. Backstage, John McCann applies
4. As Stage Manager, Nick Potter
strikes an insoucient pose.
5. Members of the Drama course:
Row 1: V. Mordas, K. Armour, L.
Hubble, C. O'Brien. Row 2: Mr.
DeCastro, J. Ellis, J. Germaine, K.
Perkins, T. Lucchetti, S. Gawle, E.
Wiggins, C. Lavin, C. Smith. Row 3:
J. White, K.McGillis, M. Tokarz, M.
Pero, N.Potter, D. Huddy, T.
O'Donnell, A. Hockenberry, A.
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Members of B-R's student government
organizations participate in a variety of
activities. The Athletic Advisory Council
works with both the OCL and B-R sports
organizations. The Student Advisory
Council voices students' concerns to
Mr. Peabody and the School committee.
The Student Council runs a blood drive,
a food drive and various activities to
bolster school spirit. The Student Advi-
sory Council represents B-R at the Mas-
sachusetts Department of education.
State Student Government Day mem-
bers take part in a mock Statehouse
meeting in Boston.
1. Athletic Advisory Board: Laura Clement,
Ken Barnard, Mike Homer and Amy
2. Student Advisory Council: Bottom Row,
Denise Barry, Andy Harding, Michelle
LeClerc; Top Row, Lee Churchill, Amit Malik
3. School Council: Mark Nixon and Denise
4. Regional and State Student Advisory
Council: Denise Barry and Tim Kelly
5. State Student Government Day: Denise
Barry and Amit Malik
6. Student Council: Bottom row, President
Denise Barry, Vice President Amit Malik,
Secretary Katie Berry, Treasurer Michelle
LeClerc; Top Row, Andy Harding, Lora
Marden, Kristy Cronin, Becky Cruckshank,
Jen Schleicher, and Mr. Cunniff.
Class Officers are elected by their
peers to provide leadership. They
organize activities and plan
Fundraisers. This year's class offic-
President: Mike Porter
Vice-President: Kristy Cronin
Secretary: Darrin kuykendall
Treasurer: Amit Malik
Advisor: Ms. Benigni
President: Meghan Donovan
Vice-President: Jen Phaneuf
Secretary: Greg Adams
Treasurer: Jen Schleicher
Advisors: Ms. Steeves, Ms Perone
President: April Morin
Vice-President: Tim Lawton
Secretary: Jason Long
Treasurer: Jason Rawlins
Advisor: Mr. Folen
President: Jeremy Laubinger
Vice-President: William Nixon
Secretary: Angela Robak
Treasurer: Cheryl Cole
Advisor: Ms. Davis, Ms. Weston
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A state mandated organization, the Gay Straight
Alliance is the place where gay and straight stu-
dents can meet to discuss problems. Under the
guidance of Mr. Bowens students discuss how to
improve the school's atmosphere so that high
school becomes a kind and accepting place for all
Members of GSA include: Advisor Mr. K. Bowens, S.
Derocher, K. Lucas, L. Sullivan, K. Lowe, J. Kennedy,
K. MacGibbon.M. Kelliher, B. Harmon. D. Keeler, J.
Spacco, H. Glynn, T. Kelly, M. Parker, M. Bates.
Peer leaders work hard to teach younger stu-
dents how to avoid the pitfalls of peer pressure |
Peer leaders visit middle schools in an effort tc
teach children about issues that affect them in
high school. By providing a safe and comfortable j
environment, peer leaders help younger childrer i
express their concerns without fear.
Peer Leaders: Row 1 :K. McLaughlin, T. Slattery, J. Adams
C. Cassidy, L. Principe, D. Dosreis, D. Grenon. Row 2
Advisor Mr.K. Bowens, J. LeClair, E. Ohrenberger, N
Chouinard, S. Gawle, J. Pawlowski.
Students Against Driving Drunk is an organization
which attempts to educate young people about the
dangers and consequences of driving while intoxi-
Members of SADD: Row !: A. Fomer, D. Dosreis, K. Anderson.
Row 2: Advisor Mr. K. Bowens, M. Donovan, J,.Phaneuf, E.
Fitzgerald, L. Principe, L. McLaughlin, A. Meaney, J.
Campbell. Row 3: K. Davidson, T. Zimbone, K. Cassidy, T.
Slattery, J. Adams, E. Coulter, K. McLaughlin, L. Dowd, D.
Grenon, A. Hockenberry, E. Guasconi.
The purpose of the Diversity Group is to promote
cultural awareness and to give support to students anc
create leaders on multi-ethnic issues. This group
takes a stand against prejudice and hatred, whik
promoting an appreciation and understanding of oth.
Members of the Diversity Group: Row 1: J. Griffith,
Wilmore, T. Wilmore, E. Wiggins, S. Hill, E. Heafy,
Anderson, D. Greaves. Row 2: Advisor Mr. K. Bowens,
Register, G. Woolley S. Wing, A. Frith, P. Donkor,
Kuykendall, M. Stafford, A. Hockenberry, A. Pellecchia.
National Jtom* Society
Members of the Nippenicket chapter of the National Honor
Society have proven themselves to be the most academically
talented students in the school. They not only take the most
challenging courses the high school offers, but they excel at
them as well. Students in the NHS share their wealth of
knowledge by volunteering as tutors and by involving them-
selves in community service projects.
Members of the National Honor Society: Row 1: B.
Wentworth, A. Kirkcaldy, A. Malik, L. Thomson, J.
Cunningham. Row 2: S. Getchell, M.Clifford, M. McNally, T.
Rogers, N. Radwanski, A. Ajemian, B. Jones. Row 3: J.
Oomita, D. Boudreau, S. Sullivan, M.Taylor, K. Masefield,
SJ. Potter, M. Colozzi, E. Riordan, D. Lin. M. Homer, C.
Dominick, C. Condon, K. McLeod, A. Amaral, Mr. Faria, NHS
If you love the challenge of solving difficult math-
ematics problems and rigorously excercising your
mind, then the math team is the organization is for
you. Team members work alone and as a group to
solve complex problems. This year the team got off
to a great start, but struggled at the end of the
season, finishing ninth in a twenty three team
Math Team Members: Row 1: M. Ranney, A. Malik, L.
Coulter, T. Sargent. Row 2: D. Lin, D. Boudreau, M.
Homer, D. Magnifico. Row 3: J. Emord, J. Noyce, M.
Donovan, A. Fisher, J. Matta, G. Daniels, T.Cushing. Mr.
Moscardelli, team advisor.
"he Photography Club is a group of young, talented and
inthusiastic artists. Members learn about cameras,
9nses, types of film, photography techniques and dark
pom skills. They contribute to U.S. First and other
1 rganizations around the school and compete for prizes
i the annual photography contest.
lembers of the Photography Club: Row 1 : E. Serlenga, G.
I j'alumbo, M. Ranney, D. Joy. Row 2: A. Rieger, A. Domenico,
111. Kelliher, L. Sullivan, C. Collin, B. Harmon, J. Kennedy,
dvisor Mr. Conroy
The World Affairs Club offers students an oppor-
tunity to study national and international affairs.
Students participate in mock trials, the Model
United Nations and the Model Congress.
Members of the World affairs Club: Row 1: L.
Nathan, A. Malik, M. Homer, K. Campbell. Row 2: E.
Rucker, K. Holloway, L. Forman M. LeClerc, S.
Lorimer, J. Micozzi. Row 3: L. Clement, S. Sullivan, D.
Boudreau, K. Kelliher, L. Coulter, L. Principe, G.
Palumbo, D. Coyne, club advisor, Mr. Powers.
On * loam
Throughout the year the Future Teach-
ers of America was an active organiza-
tion. With Mr. Capen as its advisor the
club once again contributed greatly to
both the school and the community.
During both sessions of Parent -
Teacher conferences, members of the
FTA acted as guides, shepherding par-
ents unfamiliar to the school to their
destinations. The club also organized a
Christmas toy collection to help needy
children have a special holiday. In addi-
tion the club joined with the chorus to
entertain the elderly.
1. Joining the B-R chorus, members of
the FTA gather at a Raynham Senior
center for a caroling session,
2. FTA members: Row 1 : Drew Shaw,
Jen Ellis, Darryl Copeland. Row 2: Mary
Reardon, Julie Bacon, Julie White, Gina
Blanchette, Michael Stafford. Row 3:
Jen Mallet, Kelly Govain, Nicole
Coyman, Jessica Ellis.
3. Mr. Capen enthusiastically demon-
strates a child's reaction on receiving a
new Garfield toy.
4. Julie White, Julie Bacon and Abby
Serlinga prepare carnations for delivery.
5. Some FTA members pause for a
group shot before they go Christmas
The FLC has grown over the years
to become one of the most popular
organizations in our school. With
Mr. Diaz in charge , the club ex-
plores foreign cultures. The club
traveled to Montreal where stu-
dents enjoyed the historical sights
and underground malls. The club
also traveled to the Caribbean
where the group can practice their
Spanish. The club also visits the
Museum of Fine Arts every year
and hosts an annual fiesta at
1 . Mr. Peabody leads the way to the
fine cuisine at the FLC's fiesta.
2. The FLC samples its creations.
3. In Montreal, Christine Smith and
Ashley Wright prepare to go
4. Julie Dembro, Kara Chase and
Kate Malone enjoy the scenery at
5. Hola! It's the Foreign language
V? T^ V
1. Mrs. Calef proudly shows her team
2. Tom Calef and Bemadette O'Conner
demonstrate the controlling functions of
the TJ 2 robot.
3. The result of seven months of
detemination and hard work: the TJ 2
4. Ms. Kelly and Caitlin Condon film the
TJ 2 video.
5. Ken Campbell, Melissa Ranney, and
Mike Kulababa hold up the finished prod-
6. Behold the driving crew: Evan Watson,
Brian Kingsley, Bemadette O'Conner,
Keith Hendershot, John Micozzi and
TJ 2 is part of FIRST , a national
competition in which the school is
enthusiastcally involved. Students
and teachers teamed up with
Johnson and Johnson to produce
a robot for competition.
This year TJ 2 travels to New Jersey
to compete in the nationals.To
bring the TJ2 robot to New Jersey
took a lot of effort and fundraising,
Throughout this program, there
has been a tremendous amount of
bonding between the students,
teachers and corporate sponsors.
This program not only fosters an
interest in science and technology,
but it also builds character and
7. Evan Watson and Donnie Wolent experi-
ment with the base of the robot.
8. Ted Sargent displays the technicalities
of the game.
9. Dennis Joy applies the TJ 2 logo to the
10. Jason Boyd and Mr. Phaneuf design
the logo for the robot and the team uni-
11. The TJ2 team stands proudly.
Five years ago, science teachers Mrs.
Calef and Dr. Chuckran established the
Science Olympiad Team to interest stu-
dents in science. Now under the direction
of Mrs. Anania, the team ended the year
in third place of the seven teams in the
South Eastern Massachusetts Science
League. Captain Amy Kirkcaldy has
taken the young group under her wing
and guided them to participating in the
state championship at Framingham State
College. This club is sure to have a long
and successful the future.
I.Team picture Row 1: C.Giordani,
A.Malik, K.Kelliher, M. Homer,
A.Kirkcaldy, T.Zimbone, E.Lee. Row 2:
Mrs. Anania, T.Sargent, D.Lin,
J.Comita, D.Boudreau, E.Reardon,
L.Fealy, L.Clement, J.McCann. Row3:
D.Shah, J.Noyes, J.Sousa, J.Moore,
M.Woodward, B.Harman, J.DeAguiar,
K.Campbell, J.Micozzi, J.Shirley.
2.Jim Moore, Amy Kirkcaldy, Jen Sousa
and Amit Malik strive to perfect their
3. Rebecca Linhorst and Jon DeAguiar
discuss their ideas.
4.Druva Shah and Brendon Harman ad-
mire a job well done.
5. Mrs. Anania demonstrates her amaz-
ing techniques to John McCann.
Physical fitness is an important part
of a healthy lifestyle. The members
of the Weightlifting Club all share a
common interest in keeping their
bodies healthy and strong. Weight
training is an ideal way for students to
have fun while staying fit. With the
help of Mr. Lennon, members learn
the proper way to use equipment.
Whether the students are off season
athletes looking to increase strength
and endurance, health conscious in-
dividuals, or just trying to get ready
for a summer at the beach, the
Weightlifting Club can be a reward-
ing way to excercise and have fun.
1 . Under the watchful eye of his fa-
ther, Sean Lennon lifts 275 pounds.
2. Christos Kapoutsos works hard on
3. Ricardo Medina spots as Danielle
Dosreis executes her bench presses.
4. As Mike Woodruff looks on, Ed
Casabien concentrates hard on his
5. Nicole Conlon works hard on her
reverse leg curls.
If you wanted to see snow this year,
you had to head for the mountains of
New Hampshire. Fortunately, the
Ski Club provided many opportuni-
ties to enjoy the fluffy white stuff.
Under the leadership of Mr. Heaslip
and Mr. Moscardelli. the Ski Club
has become one of the largest and
most popular organizations at B-R.
In addition to its many trips, the club
offers students the chance to learn
how to ski, rent equipment or perfect
their skiing or snowboarding skills.
1. Ah, the dilemma- snowboard or
2. Shane Slater and Tom Holmes
look forward to a fun filled day of
3. Advisors Mr. Moscardelli and Mr.
Heaslip along with chaperones Ms.
Chase-Ferioli and Mr. Fournier. en-
joy a day on the slopes.
4. Smiling in anticipation of a day of
downhill fun are Erin Mitchell. Jen
Lozzi and Jessica Fama.
5. Some of the members of the Ski
Club gather for a picture.
Publications at B-R include a wide variety of
projects. Junior Nicole Coyman was in charge
of the weekly calendar that advertised activi-
ties, sports, special events, announcements,
and included seasonal poems, quotes and
graphics. Julie Cunningham as editor of the
Regional Sound formulated story ideas, en-
couraged reporters, and designed the layout
of the paper. Dan Taylor and Darryl Brophy
continue the work they start last year with the
literary magazine planning an issue to be
printed in the spring. Andy Buck was in
charge of the program for this year's musical
Oklahoma! Students were also responsible
for the B-R Newsletter.
1. Students who worked on publications in-
clude: front row, D. Taylor, J. Cunningham, A.
Buck, K. Nadeau; back row, D. Brophy, J.
White. N. Coyman, Advisor, Ms. D. McGuire.
2. Darryl Brophy and Dan Taylor, editors of
the literary magazine for the second year,
plan the 1997 issue.
3. Consulting the information on their official
clipboard, Becca Linhorst and Kaitlyn
Nadeau are hot on the trail of a story.
4. Nicole Coyman puts the finishing touches
on the B-R Weekly Calendar.
5. Working on the layout, Julie Cunningham
fits articles onto pages.
6. Editors Julie Cunningham reviews an issue
of the Regional Sound with writers Jen
Grunin, Jen Stack, and Andrea Frith.
1. Adam Bossi, Justine Penney, Dennis Joy
and Ali McMahon sort pictures for the faculty
2. After three years on the staff, editors Andy
Buck and Patrick Hutchinson have put their
experience to good use.
3. Even for experts like Becky Dower and Kristy
Cronin, selecting pictures can be difficult.
4. Marcie Cabral enjoys the many hours of hard
work on the yearbook.
5. Nicole Beatrice reads senior messages to
Sandra Pacheco who types them into the com-
6. Julie White watches while Nicole Coyman
carefully cuts the senior pictures.
7. Advisors Ms. McGuire and Ms. Burton have
survived yet another edition of the Unitas .
Starting in the spring of 1996, the staff of the
Unitas planned the publication of the year-
book. For each section, Editors Andy Buck and
Patrick Hutchinson designed the format and
choose graphics and text fonts. Pictures were
planned, scheduled and taken. Once they
were developed, picutres were selected and
cropped to size. After selecting pictures stu-
dents wrote snappy captions describing the
action and identify the people. Kristy Cronin,
Becky Dower, Jackie Cipriani, Sandra
Pacheco, and Nicole Beatrice, were particu-
larly adept at these tasks. Staff members
wrote text recording events and activities of
every club, class, and sport. Justine Penney,
Ali McMahon, Dennis Joy, and Adam Bossi
spent weeks on the facutly section. All infor-
mation had to be typed into the computer and
set on the page layout. Julie White, Kaitlyn
Nadeau and Nicole Coyman spent months on
the keyboard and proofing senior messages.
Julie Baker proved that even underclassmen
can become expert proofreaders. Marcie
Cabral proved a Jill-of-all-trades who devoted
hours of her free time on the publication.
8. Patrick Hutchinson shows Becca Linhorst
how to crop pictures.
9 The Unitas Staff: Row 1 : K. Masefield, A.
Souto, B. Dower, K. Cronin, M. Taylor, J.
Cipriani, A. Ajemian. Row 2. R. Ruehwein, J.
Baker, N. Coyman, J. White, M. Stafford, M.
Ranney, J. Penney, M. Cabral, D. Joy. Row
3: S. Pacheco, N. Beatrice, K. Campbell, K.
Smith, A. Bossi, K. Nadeau, A. Buck, advi-
sors, Ms. D. McGuire, Ms. C. Burton.
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On March 20-22, TJ2 competed in the
Mid-Atlantic Regional First-- The Competi-
tion Robotics Meet held at Rutgers Univer-
sity in New Brunswick, New Jersey. TJ 2
won second place in a hard fought battie for
first place in a tournament consisting of
thirty-five highly competitive schools.
Over three days, the team's creativity,
strategy and intelligence were challenged.
Offensive power and defensive sharpness
were the keys to the team's success. On
Friday the TJ 2 team scored 1 60 points in a
single round, the highest score in the entire
tournament. It was also the highest score
of any of the three regional competitions.
The National Finals will be held at Disney
World in Orlando, Florida on April 9-12, and
TJ 2 hopes to be there to win it all.
1 . Team members go wild as the first win in
the final match of two out of three comes to an
end. Engineer Chris McDowell slaps hands
as driver Evan Watson dances and sings.
2. The team looks in awe during the award
ceremony at the very final match which was
lost by an amazing half inch.
3. Mike Kulibaba rejoices as he passes
around the second place trophy.
4. The majority of the teams from all over rally
for our robot as TJ 2 goes over the top for a 24
to 2 victory.
5. All outside Rutgers University in New Jer-
sey team members are psyched for the com-
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Ames
Ms. Carol Burton
Mr. & Mrs. Everett Chadwick, Jr
The Chase Family
Mr. & Mrs. Alan H. Day
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ferioli
Ms. Diane McGuire
The Amaral Family
Mr. & Mrs. Brad Buck
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Edwards
The Ajemian Family
Mrs. Kimberly Brayton
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Cardello
Jay & Brooke Condon
The Jones Family
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Lathem
Mrs. Kathleen Swann
Mr. & Mrs. Keith Tebbetts
Mike, Robbin, & Julie
Jim & Laura Campbell & Family
The Cranberry Junction Band
The DiBenedetto Family
The Giovanoni Family
The Lusky Family
The McCann Family
The Moyer Family
The Murdoch Family
Osei T. Poku
The Puccini Family
The Stafford Family
A Friend of B-R
1. Fondly remembering
her first graders, Mrs.
Buckley wishes them suc-
cess in their future en-
2. Please, Mr. Kostka,
have some more dessert!
3. We really love to learn
new words during English
4. Smiling B-R cheerlead-
ers look forward to boost-
ing team morale.
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Title Page 1
A Shared Experience 2-3
Younger Years 4-5
Class of 1997 8-9
Special Moments 12-13
Faculty Divider 18-19
Faculty Pictures 21-29
Senior Divider 30-31
Senior Pictures 32-65
Baby Pictures 66-70
Junior Prom 76-77
Pep Rally 78-79
Miss Regional 80-81
Senior Class Party 82-83
Underclass Divider 84-85
Freshmen Class Pictures 86-93
Sophomore Class Pictures 94-101
Junior Class Pictures 102-1098
Underclassmen Candids 109
Sports Divider 110-111
Field Hockey 114-115
Boys Basketball 116-117
Girls Basketball 118-119
Boys Soccer 120
Girls Soccer 121
Boys' Cross Country 122
Girls' Cross Country 123
Boys' Tennis 126
Girls' Tennis 127
Boys' Spring Track 130
Girls' Spring Track 131
Ice Hockey 134
Activity Divider 136-137
Donkey Ball 140-141
Color Guard 145
Student Government 148-149
Peer Leaders 150
World Affairs 151
Math Team 151
National Honor Society 151
Future Teachers of America 152
Foreign Language Club 153
TJ 2 1 54-1 55
Science Olympiad 156
Weight Lifting 157
Ski Club 158
TJ 2 Silver Medalists 164